Spring 2020 Meeting Times & Locations

PLEASE NOTE: Freshman Seminars may not be shopped or audited.

Sem#

Title

Instructor

Mtg Time

Mtg Place

21G

First Stars and Life in the Cosmos

Loeb

Monday, 12:30-2:30

Observatory, Center for Astrophysics, B105, 60 Garden St

21W

Research at the Harvard Forest—Global Change Ecology: Forests, Ecosystem Function and the Future

Foster

4 weekend-long field trips, TBD-accepted students will be emailed by instructor about logistics.

Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA

22H

My Genes and Cancer

Parmigiani

Thursday, 3-5

Sever 205

22M

Amazing Brain, The

Dowling

Wednesday, 3-5:45

Northwest 343

22T

Why We Animals Sing

Farrell

Thursday, 9:45-11:45

Museum of Comp. Zoology Lab 401, 24-26 Oxford St

23K

Insights from Narratives of Illness

Groopman

Monday, 12:45-2:45

Sever 105

23R

Asteroids and Comets

Alcock

Monday, 6-8:15

Science Ctr 804, Astronomy Lab

23S

Seven Sins of Memory, The

Schacter

Monday, 3-5

William James Hall B-04

24K

Surprising Science of Happiness, The

Etcoff

Tuesday, 3-5

Sever 302

24U

How Did I Get Here?”—Appreciating “Normal” Child Development

Prager

Tuesday, 3:45-5:45

Harvard Hall 103

32M

Food for Thought: Culinary Culture in Spain and Beyond

Liander

Thursday, 3-5

Sever 201

33R

Chinese Language, Present and Past, The

Huang

Monday, 3-5

Boylston 303

34V

Broadway Musicals: History and Performance

Oja

Tuesday, 9:45-11:45

Paine Music Building, Room 4

38X

Work: An Audio/Visual Exploration

Moss

Wednesday, 12-2:45pm with occasional 1hr labs, 3-4pm

Sever 411 for both sections

40D

Transformation of Marketing, The

Ofek

Monday, 3-5

Sever 201

40E

Law and Society through the Cinematic Frame

Liviatan

Monday, 3:45-5:45

CGIS-S 040

41J

Economic Development

Kremer

Thursday, 6-8pm

Cabot House dining rm, Radcliffe Quad

42C

Role of Government, The

Hart

Monday, 3-5

Littauer M-42

51D

Predicting Life and Death—Quantitative Approaches to Human Health and Disease

Michor

Wednesday, 12-2

Bauer G-001

51P

What is a Species, and How Do Species Evolve?

Mallet

Tuesday, 9-11:45

Biology Lab 2062, 16 Divinity Ave

51R

Generating Biodiversity: Hands-On Research Experience in Speciation Biology

Hopkins

Wednesday, 12-2:45

Arnold Arboretum
(no-cost transport provided)

62V

Faulkner, Ellison, Morrison

McCarthy

Monday, 3-5:30

Barker Ctr 114

62Z

Buddhist Enlightenment: Visions, Words and Practice

Abe

Wednesday, 3-5

9 Kirkland Place, 101

63E

Religion, Neuroscience, and the Human Mind

Lamberth

Thursday, 3-5:45

Emerson 307

70G

Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital in the Global Economy

Gompers

Monday, 6-8:45pm

CGIS S-003

70P

World of Tomorrow: Inhabiting the Twenty-First Century, The

Segel

Wednesday, 3-5

Harv Univ Ctr for the Environment at MCZ, Rm 433F

70V

Law at Work: Employment Rights in the Age of Uber

Sachs

Monday, 3-5

Sever 205

71C

Supreme Court and Social Change: Lessons from Landmark Cases and Key Reform Movements, The

Brown-Nagin

Wednesday, 9:45-11:45

Schlesinger Library, Rm 208 in Radcliffe Yard

71F

Origins of the Human Mind, The

Carey

Thursday, 3-5

WJH 1050

71X

Fat Talk and Thin Ideals: Culture, Social Norms and Weight

Becker

Tuesday, 9:45-11:45

Sever 105