Autism, Storytelling, Social Injustice, Diversity and Boards, European Politics

Sunday April 11, 2021


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Host: Larry Bernstein

 
            
 
Simon Baron Cohen
Bio: Professor of Psychology at Cambridge and Director of the Autism Research Centre
Topic: Pattern Seekers
Reading: The Pattern Seekers: How Autism Drives Human Invention is here.

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Daniel Willingham
Bio: Professor of Psychology at Virginia
Topic: The Importance of Storytelling, Teaching Reading Comprehension, and the Damage of Closing Schools.
Reading: The Reading Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Understanding How the Mind Reads is here


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Noah Rothman
Bio: Associate Editor of Commentary Magazine
Topic: Social Injustice
Reading: Unjust: Social Justice and the Unmaking of America is here.


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Brande Stellings
Bio: Principal at Vestry Laight – Diversity, Inclusion, and Strategy Expert
Topic: Diversity and Governance and Board Considerations

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Nicolas Veron
Bio: Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute
Topic: European Politics and European Banks
Reading: Brexit is here, EU Banks is here, and EU Politics is here.


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