Today's MessagePosted: Friday, November 4, 2022
Conversations in and out of the Disciplines: 'Half-Connecting Theory: Reading Health and Pathology in the World around Us from an African Psychology Perspective' - Today
The 2022–2023 “Conversations in and out of the Disciplines” series continues today, November 4, as Marcus Watson, assistant professor of Africana studies, presents “Half-Connecting Theory: Reading Health and Pathology in the World around Us from an African Psychology Perspective” at 3:00 p.m. in Ketchum Hall 320. The talk will be followed by a brief Q&A and a short wine and cheese reception. Everyone is welcome.
The “Conversations” series was started 15 years ago by Ann Colley, SUNY Distinguished Professor Emerita of English, to “celebrate and draw attention to the research being done in various departments at Buffalo State College.” Over the last decade, colleagues from Anthropology, Art Conservation, Art History, Biology, Chemistry, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, and Secondary Education, among others, have shared their work with the Buffalo State and Buffalo communities.
Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming talks this spring, which will include presentations by Hilary Lochte, assistant professor of English education; Kimberly Kamper-DeMarco, assistant professor of psychology; and A. D. Annas, associate professor and director of television and film arts.