In the Media

Watch: “The Aeneid” by Professor Shadi Bartsch, in conversation with Dr. Anastasia Klimchynskaya

May 12, 2021

Tune in for topics including Vergil's choice of language, being a female translator of a "masculine text," and the epic's relevance in today's political climate.
In the Media

The Doctor From Nazi Germany and the Search for Life on Mars

July 28, 2020

SIFK Postdoctoral Fellow Jordan Bimm chronicles the controversial history behind Mars Jars and NASA's Cold War personnel.
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What we lose when we turn our backs on persuasion

July 28, 2020

SIFK Director Shadi Bartsch and psychologist Pamela Paresky tackle the nuances of persuasion, argumentation, and seduction in the latest edition of Forward's opinion series, "On Persuasion".
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Visualising Viruses

April 24, 2020

SIFK Faculty Member Michael Rossi explores how we have historically created visual representations of disease, from images of the Grim Reaper to microbiological images of COVID-19.
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Saving lives in the pandemic will also save the economy in the long run

April 06, 2020

SIFK Faculty Member Michael Greenstone estimates that social distancing can contribute $8 trillion to the economy — as well as saving millions of lives.
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In Sickness And In Health

March 02, 2020

Conference speaker Yangyang Cheng weighs in on COVID-19 and the Chinese medical system.
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Sensing an advantage, Democrats dare Trump to talk drug prices during State of the Union

March 02, 2020

SIFK Professor William Howell comments on Trump's State of the Union remarks on lowering prescription drug prices.
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Why Is Medicine So Expensive?

March 02, 2020

Daniel J. Kevles, who will speak at SIFK's upcoming "Future of the Human" conference, comments on America's rising drug prices.