Book explores movement and meaning

In her new book, performance studies scholar Julia Walker in Arts & Sciences shows how modern ways of thinking emerged from five styles of acting.

Doctors explain COVID-19 booster shots

This episode of the “Show Me the Science” podcast discusses the expanding availability of booster vaccines in the fight against COVID-19.

Sachs discusses drug pricing reforms

Rachel Sachs, a health policy and drug law expert at the School of Law, discusses federal legislation that seeks to control drug prices on “Tradeoffs,” a national health policy podcast — and what the measure could mean for patients, insurers and pharmaceutical companies.

Why is Spire misleading its customers?

The one thing that is easy to see is that we did not need a new pipeline. So Spire is misleading the public, writes anthropology’s Bret Gustafson.

‘Literary invention in the age of disorder’

In a new book, Wolfram Schmidgen, professor of English in Arts & Sciences, explains how the excitement and anxiety about a disordered world affected literary invention in 18th-century England.

Podcast explores vaccines for younger kids

This episode of the “Show Me the Science” podcast focuses on the newly announced federal emergency use authorization to vaccinate children ages 5 to 11. Millions of such children could be fully vaccinated by the end of November.

Wysession a guest on ‘The Climate Pod’ podcast

Michael Wysession, professor of earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences, was a guest on a Halloween special of “The Climate Pod” podcast, discussing Frankenstein and climate change, “monsters of our own making.”
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