Whether one is sitting around the caveman’s fire or the conference table, no signal is more important to humans’ interpreting interactions and predicting behavior than th esmile. Dartmouth Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences Paul Whalen explores how the brain processes facial expressions and how that helps us understand our emotional lives. Underwriter: Chroma Technology Corp.
One of the four-part Vermont Humanities Council reading and discussion series, Masters of the Short Story, with Dr. Richard Wizansky, A VHC scholar.
The legacy of Cesar Chavez, arguably the most important Latino leader of the twentieth century, has been marred by controversy. Ilan Stavans, editor of Chavez’s collected speeches, reflects on Chavez’s influence and place in history. A Latino Americans: 500 Years of History program.