Part of a three-part program, this panel, led by Kristen Neville Taylor, examines a re-imagining of energy solutions in urban settings and what experts see as energy fantasies. This event is hosted by the Penn Program in the Environmental Humanities.
The Center for Neuroscience & Society, for its February book club, will read "Behave: The Biology Of Humans at Our Best and Worst." There will be discussion groups all throughout February, culminating in a discussion with the author, Robert Sapolsky.
This conversation focuses on how music is passed along through generations. Leading the talk is Guthrie Ramsey, a professor of music at Penn, in dialogue with Philadelphia singer/songwriter Bridget Ramsey and father-son rhythm section Mike and Mekhi Boone.