Student Association for Law and Mind Sciences (SALMS) Speakers Series:
Diane Rosenfeld: “Penn State, Intervention, and a Theory of Patriarchal Violence” 11/30/201
Join SALMS for the final event of our Fall Speakers Series, when HLS’s Diane Rosenfeld will present on “Penn State, Intervention, and a Theory of Patriarchal Violence” on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, at noon in Austin West.
Rosenfeld will respond to Harvard primatologist Richard Wrangham’s October 12 SALMS talk on “Sexual Disparities and the Evolution of Patriarchy,” drawing out the legal implications of Professor Wrangham’s scientific findings. The child sexual abuse scandal swirling around the Penn State football program will serve as a point of departure for these deeper conclusions.
As always, SALMS will serve free burritos – come enjoy SALMS food and company before finals season begins in earnest!
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Related Situationist posts:
- Dr. Richard Wrangham at Harvard Law Tomorrow
- The Situation of Penn State Bystanders
- The Bystander Effect at Penn State
- 25 Million Years of Us vs. Them
- The Endowment Effect in Chimpanzees – Abstract,
- Even monkeys know when they’re being treated unfairly,
- Monkey Fairness,
- Felix Warneken at Harvard Law School
- The Embodied Situation of Power
- The Primitive Appeal of The Color Red
- The Situational Power of Appearance and Posture,
- The Situation of Imitation and Mimickry,
- Michael McCullough on the Situation of Revenge and Forgiveness,
- New Study Looks at the Roots of Empathy,
- The Situation of Trust, and
- Laurie Santos on the Evolutionary Situation of Cognitive Biases.