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Privacy Lost—SCAN Put Me on Youtube

Cornel, Tabea (21 juin 2015)

I just returned from India a few days ago (see my new Department picture) and getting back to serious academic work is pretty rough after more than three weeks out in the wild … So I just spent a few minutes procrastinating and googling myself. Doing so, I found a youtube video of my short ...

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Do You Like My Weblog?

Cornel, Tabea (23 févr. 2014)

If so or “no,” please vote for it resp. any other weblog you like better here.

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More Book Summaries! Today: Sorting People Out and Digital Technologies

Cornel, Tabea (21 oct. 2015)

Last Wednesday, I had another orals meeting with Susan Lindee. You can find the bibliographical details of the books discussed in the blurb and my analytical essay below that. Guess which book I liked least! Works read: Rose, Nikolas S. 2007. The Politics of Life Itself: Biomedicine, Power, and ...

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Why an fMRI Scanner Can't Answer the Neuroscientist's Question

Cornel, Tabea (12 févr. 2014)

This week’s Monday Workshop featured Ann Johnson and her stimulating presentation “Code is Fluid: Mapping the Circulation of Computational Fluid Dynamics Among Knowledge Communities.” As one might assume, she introduced her concept of “Knowledge Communities” (KCs) through a case study on ...

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Happy New Brain Year!

Cornel, Tabea (1 janv. 2015)

My dearest Benjamin Franklin and I (see picture below) spent the last days racking our brains about a reading list. We needed to come up with something useful for an independent study in the upcoming Spring semester. The class on the history and culture of the mind and brain sciences in the 20th and ...

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Impressive Brains: Latour and Bechdel, Cartoons and ANT

Cornel, Tabea (28 nov. 2013)

“I am not a closed circuit; I don’t trust my own subjectivity. This is why I try to get as much outside-assertion as I can.”—It’s almost a month ago since Alison Bechdel stated this confession during her keynote address for the Queer Method Conference at Penn on October 31st. I suggest you ...

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Book Summaries: History, Tools, and Practices of Genetics and Hereditary Science

Cornel, Tabea (3 nov. 2015)

Here comes another contribution to my summaries for my list with Susan Lindee. Topic of the day: “History, Tools, and Practices of Genetics and Hereditary Science.” My original notes are much longer than what I provide in this essay, but I have a maximum of six pages to deliver. So I had to cut ...

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Can Brain Science Help Resolve Social Problems and Political Conflicts?

Cornel, Tabea (4 déc. 2014)

Here is a very insightful piece published a few days ago in the New York Times. It asks the question of whether brain science "Can ... Be Dangerous" if it is the (only) basis on which authorities make decisions about social policies. Using neuroscience to determine the prospective success of ...

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Second-to-Last Set of Book Summaries: Romanticism and Europe 1848 to the Great War

Cornel, Tabea (30 avr. 2016)

My oral exams are scheduled for this Friday. I still have two more essays full of European history that I don’t want to withhold from you. My essays for Heidi Voskuhl got increasingly longer and I felt a bit bad about it, but now that I’m studying for exams from my notes, I feel better about it. ...

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Review: Ingalhalikar et al. 2014

Cornel, Tabea (27 nov. 2014)

As part of the requirements for one of the psychology classes I’m taking in the context of the SCAN certificate program, I had to review a neuroscientific journal article. Martha Farah herself suggested I review Ingalhalikar et al.’s famous connectome study. Recently (almost a year ago ...), ...

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