“How Neuroscience Reinforces Racist Drug Policy” (The Atlantic)
“LSD’s Long, Strange Comeback” (Zócalo Public Square)
“Antidepressants and advertising: psychopharmaceuticals in crisis” (Yale Journal of Biology & Medicine)
I have recently launched the Lost Marbles Salon. This is a series of events that combines lecture-style presentations with music, performance art, and art installations, with each salon addressing a particular theme (recent ones have included “secrets,” “bodies,” and “circuits”).
Past participants have included a neuroscientist, a contortionist, an undertaker-poet, a beatboxer-didgeridoo duo, a plein air painter, an anthropologist, a mechanical engineer. With my multiple hats as an academic, writer, and performer, I am lucky enough to be networked into these very different scenes, which I can now pull together to transform how to explore and experience a given topic or idea. The Lost Marbles Salon is held at Cloud Club. Read More
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