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Instructor and psychologist Shelley Carson discusses whether madness and creativity are linked.
Professor Nichols discusses reforming nuclear strategy and reducing stockpiles.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses how misunderstandings of Islam are crippling international relations.
Ali Asani discusses how stereotypes about Muslims arise from pre-Islamic tribal codes.
Historian Caroline Elkins talks about evidence of Britain’s abuse of Kenya’s Kikuyu.
Sujata Bhatia discusses the current state of tissue engineering research and its clinical applications.
Psychology lecturer Gene Heyman discusses his controversial book Addiction: A Disorder of Choice.
Henry Leitner discusses how Harvard is leading the way in online learning.
Donald Pfister discusses how European settlers made a lasting impact on New England’s trees.
Arnold Howitt talks about how organizations respond to large-scale emergencies like Hurricane Sandy.
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