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Unformatted text preview: Faculty Seminar on Narrative Genetics, ISERP http://www.iserp.columbia.edu/workshops/genetics.html Narrative genetics is a new and interdisciplinary way to understand genetics in our lives, our culture and our politics. The Faculty Seminar on Narrative Genetics, like all ISERP seminars, is free and open to the public. Each workshop will focus on an aspect of narrative genetics and will include a presentation of work in progress. Readings will be posted to the seminar website and on our open Google site http://sites.google.com/site/narrativegenetics/ (or suggested if a published book) by the presenter to enhance the discussion. Others are encouraged to share their work at these sessions in brief informal presentations, and, if they wish, to post manuscripts to the seminar for comment and discussion. Schedule of Seminar Meetings 2009-2010 Thursdays, 6-8pm, Rm 801, International Affairs Building, Columbia University [except where...
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