• Ruha Benjamin, Princeton & Oliver Rollins, UPenn

    Ruha Benjamin (African American Studies, Princeton University) with Oliver Rollins (Sociology, University of Pennsylvania)

    "Imaging Difference: Social Neuroscience and the Logics of Race"


    PNI Inside-Out Seminar Series: Neuroscience in critical dialogue with society 

    The "Inside-Out" seminars bring professors from other Princeton departments to speak with the PNI community about scholarship that impacts ideas and practices in our field. We are hoping to foster a trans-disciplinary dialogue that enriches our understanding of the societal forces shaping neuroscience and vice-versa. The first series will feature talks on a range of topics: how neuroscience impacts and interacts with conceptions of race, how "free will" is formulated in quantum mechanics, how implicit biases can be measured in machine learning models of human language use, and what this might mean for how bias is transmitted, and how the metaphors we use to think about the mind and brain have shaped their study in science and medicine.

    More information: princeton.edu/pni-inside-out

    Title: 
    "Imaging Difference: Social Neuroscience and the Logics of Race"
    Date/Time: 
    Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 4:30pm
    Location: 
    A32 Princeton Neuroscience Institute
    Hosted by: 
    Ahmed El Hady and Aaron M. Bornstein
    Department: 
    Princeton Neuroscience Institute
    Category: 
    PNI In-house Seminar Series