Crime, Punishment and Social Change, the 1918 Flu and Pale Horse Pale Rider



Sunday September 20 2020

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Barbara Reich
Topic: Organizing your Home
Bio: Author of Secrets of An Organized Mom: From the Overflowing Closets to the Chaotic Pay Areas: A room-by-room Guide to Decluttering and Streamlining Your Home for a Happier Family
Reading Assignment: Chapter 1 of Pale Horse Rider by Katherine Anne Porter 

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Susan Marquis
Topic: Finding New Ways to Think About and Implement Public Policy
Bio: Dean of the Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, CA

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Chris Patterson
Topic: Diffusing Violence in the Inner-city without Resorting to the Police
Bio: Senior Director of Programs and Policy at the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago

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Robert Sampson
Topic: Community and Neighborhood effects and Crime
Bio: Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard

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Nancy Bristow
Topic: The Costs of Forgetting: Covid-19 and Parallels with the 1918 Influenza Pandemic
Bio: History Department Chair at the University of Puget Sound
Reading Assignment: American Pandemic: The Lost Worlds of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic, Chapter 5, click here.

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Elizabeth Outka
Topic: The Significance of Katherine Anne Porter’s Pale Horse Pale Rider
Bio: Professor of English at the University of Richmond
Reading Assignment: Pale Horse Rider by Katherine Anne Porter

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Robert Sampson, Chris Patterson, and Susan Marquis Q&A

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