Watch weekly Williams Faculty Lecture Series 2022 every THU at 4:15pm on willinet.org & on TV ch 1303!
For 6 weeks from Feb 10- March 17, watch the Faculty Lecture Series LIVE streaming on willinet.org or broadcast on WilliNet TV ch 1303. On THU 2/10, Jeremy Cone, Assoc. Prof. of Psychology: Life Around the Digital Watercooler: Forming Accurate Impressions of Others in the Era of Social Media, Fake News, and Gossip. Cone explores how mere exposure to questionable info or fake news can shape our impressions and whether we can correct the implicit influence of misinformation under some circumstance.
Thu, Feb. 17, 4:15pm: Nicolas Howe, “Reanimating Postindustrial Riverscapes: The Ethics of Dam Removal” Nicolas Howe, Assoc. Prof. & Chair of Environmental Studies, a cultural geographer, he studies the role of religion, meaning, & morality in environmental politics.
Thu, Feb. 24, 4:15pm: Nelly Rosario, “How the Medicines Go Down: Anatomy of a novel in progress”
Nelly Rosario, Assoc. Prof. in the Latina/o Studies Program & Assis. Director of Writing for the MIT Black History Project. She discusses her process writing “How the Medicine Go Down” which explores how medical cultures & histories have impacted communities thoroughout the Americas.