Tuesday, June 19, 2012

No offense, but I think Zocalo is going downhill

An Evening with Mayim Bialik? Just… come on… really? Do you remember how refreshing you were when you first appeared, Zocalo?

 

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The Elephant in the Race

 

Romney Should Address What His Faith Means For the Rest of Us

 

by Liza Mundy

 

Earlier this year, when Mitt Romney ventured that he relies on his wife, Ann, to tell him what American women are thinking, many of those women no doubt rolled their eyes and thought: Ah yes, the wife card. Male politicians (President Obama included) are fond of invoking their wives' experiences and insights to make the case that they, the politicians, understand women and the issues that concern them. ...


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MONDAY, JULY 09, 2012, 7:30 PM

  

An Evening with Mayim Bialik

  

A Zócalo/UCLA Event

 

Moderated by Cara Santa Maria, Science Correspondent, Huffington Post

 

Most actors aren't neuroscientists. Most neuroscientists aren't actors. And most scientists aren't women. But Dr. Mayim Bialik isn't most people. She's an actor, and a neuroscientist in real life and in fiction in her role on the hit CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory. For her Ph.D. dissertation at UCLA, Bialik focused on malfunctions of the hypothalamus, and she has applied her insights from studying the biology of the brain to the stage, to her faith, to marriage, and to her style of parenting. What is it like to be a woman in Hollywood and in science, at the same time? How does she combine her many interests and disciplines? Bialik visits Zócalo to discuss acting, the frontiers of brain research, and the role of women in science.

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

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TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2012, 7:30 PM

  

Should My Dog and I Share A Doctor?

 

We take it for granted that doctors and veterinarians do different things. But a century ago, many town doctors took care of both humans and farm animals. This wasn't odd. Nearly every human ailment ...DETAILS

  

  

  

 

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TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2012, 7:30 PM

  

Can Old Government Catch Up to the New Economy?

Michael Lind

 

This has always been a volatile nation. Not smooth evolution, but sharp bursts have been the history of the United States. Innovations like the steam engine, electrical power generation, and information ...DETAILS

  

  

 

 

TUESDAY, JULY 10, 2012, 7:30 PM

  

Does Our Wealth Disparity Matter?

Timothy Noah 

 

The United States is richer than Yemen. But income inequality in the United States is much higher than in Yemen. Should we worry about this? While some Americans say we shouldn't worry about ...DETAILS

  

  

  

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