Book Talk with Ann-Christine Duhaime
Join us for our continuing series of Virtual Radcliffe Book Talks exploring recent publications whose subjects or authors have a connection with Harvard Radcliffe Institute.
The 2023 summer series will begin with Ann-Christine Duhaime RI ’16, author of Minding the Climate: How Neuroscience Can Help Solve Our Environmental Crisis (Harvard University Press, 2022). Duhaime is the Nicholas T. Zervas Distinguished Professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, associate director of the Mass General Center for the Environment and Health, and associate editor-in-chief of the Journal of Climate Change and Health. A practicing board-certified pediatric neurosurgeon, she is deeply interested in environmental issues and the relationship between brain and behavior.
Duhaime’s reading will be followed by a discussion with Sharon Weinberger RI ’16, national security and foreign policy editor at the Wall Street Journal.
The event will also include an audience Q and A.
Harvard Radcliffe Institute gratefully acknowledges the Elaine Kotell Binder Dean's Leadership Fund for Academic Ventures, which is supporting this event.