This Fall Term EKU Libraries will continue its effort to encourage casual dialogue across disciplinary boundaries among faculty and students by hosting hour-long, informally moderated colloquiums on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Main Library Room 201.
Each colloquium will be devoted to text, video or audio material chosen by a faculty member who will also moderate the discussion. The material may be of any subject, scholarly or topical, peer-reviewed or popular, including original work, fiction and poetry. The only requirement is that the item(s) under discussion be accessible online (including, of course, any of EKU Libraries’ many subscription resources).
On September 3, Rob Sica will moderate discussion of social psychologist Roy F. Baumeister’s controversial 2007 American Psychological Association address Is There Anything Good About Men?
Refreshments kindly provided by EKU Student Government Association.
Faculty interested in participating as moderators are encouraged to contact Rob Sica.
For more information about the series, including the schedule and past discussion topics, please click here.
Of related interest:
Is There Anything Good About Men? How Cultures Flourish by Exploiting Men
Conversation between Richard Dawkins and evolutionary psychologist David Buss [video]
The Science of Sex Appeal [video]
The Psychology of Mating and Dating [audio]
Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation
Evidence for the politicization of human evolutionary psychology
The Evolutionary Studies Consortium
Darwin’s Legacy in the Behavioral Sciences: Human Mating Research in the 20th Century [video]
Male Aggression and the Financial Crisis [video]
The End of Men / New data on the rise of women [video]
Women’s Salaries Back on Top for Younger Set [audio]
Sex on the Bench: Do Women and Men Have Different Moral Values?
Women vs. men: differences on moral psychology measures
The science of the booty call
How Women Compete for Mates [video]
Erotic Capital and Women’s Advantage [video]
Why Women Live Longer
Women’s choices, not abilities, keep them out of math-intensive fields / Video interview with study authors
The Science of Difference
Women and Math
The Mathematics of Sex
More women than men got PhD’s last year
The naturalness of social institutions: evolved cognition as the foundation of social norms [video]
Daring to Discuss Women in Science
Why Aren’t More Women In Science? Top Researchers Debate the Evidence
Can Genes Explain the Sex Divide?
Legislation Won’t Close Gender Gap in Sciences
Male Studies vs. Men’s Studies
Why is polygamy mostly practiced by males?
Are There More Girl Geniuses?
Real Men Do Apologize / Video interview with study co-author
The Second Sexism
The New Science of Morality [video]
The Baumeister & Tice Social Psychology Lab
Buss Lab: Evolutionary Psychology at the University of Texas
Why Women Have Sex; video of talk by authors on the book
Audio interview with David Buss, Part One; Part Two
David Buss defends evolved sex differences