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11/5/2012 | 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
David Gruber (Biology and Environmental Science, Baruch College and the Graduate Center) will explain the science of bioluminescence & biofluorescence, from jelly fish to coral reefs. Artist Cameron Gainer will introduce and screen his extraordinary short film Luna del Mar. Read more
11/5/2012 | 6:00 PM
Is violence normal? In his new book Trust and Violence, Jan Phillip Reemtsma suggests that the notion that violence is abnormal and beyond comprehension is misleading, and attempts to contain and deter violence informed by this perspective are in turn also misguided. Read more