Tazeen Ali, a faculty fellow at the Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences, discusses a new book project focused on the Women’s Mosque of America, founded in 2015 in Los Angeles, and the platform it has given to Muslim women.
InPrint, a trainee-run scientific communication network that provides free editing, design and presentation consulting to the WashU community, in a Nature Portfolio Bioengineering Community post.
Laurie Maffly-Kipp, at the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, discusses how Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints pamphlets and other materials began circulating in West Africa many years before official missionary work began, as part of a lecture series on Mormon history.
Microbiologist Arpita Bose in Arts & Sciences discusses her work with electricity-eating bacteria in an episode of the podcast “60 Second Science.”
The social giant’s temporary disappearance means absolutely nothing, writes Paul Byrne, director of film & media studies.
Jessi Gold, MD, a psychiatrist at the School of Medicine, writes about top concerns people are having as they return to working in an office, from COVID-19 exposure to work-life balance — and healthy ways to respond.
Historian William Kelly joins the Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences for 2021–22 as an Emerging Voices Fellow, funded by a program from the American Council of Learned Societies. Here, Kelly discusses his upbringing, his research and his planned work with the Divided City initiative.
The latest episode of the “Show Me the Science” podcast highlights how stay-at-home orders changed the initial trajectory of the pandemic and averted many more hospitalizations and deaths.
David Schuman, author and director of the Master’s in Fine Arts program in Arts & Sciences, discusses his latest prose chapbook, “Best Men,” recently published by Tammy Press, along with thoughts on
“Poetry for All,” a podcast co-hosted by Abram Van Engen of Arts & Sciences, has released new episodes in September. The podcast has surpassed 10,000 downloads and is now in the top 5% of podcasts globally per listen.
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