This season, we’ve spoken to experts about how institutions have perpetuated racial hierarchies. Higher education is no exception. In our final two episodes, we’re talking to students and faculty about the work that comes next. This episode features an undergraduate student whose research with the Penn and Slavery Project reveals truths about the relationship between higher education and the perpetuation of scientific racism and a graduate student whose work on bioethics and philosophy of race can offer insights on health disparities and how we might address them.
Carson Eckhard, C’21
Ian Peebles, doctoral candidate in philosophy
Lauren Rebecca Thacker
Susan Ahlborn, Jane Carroll
Theme music by Nicholas Escobar, C’18
Additional music by Blue Dot Sessions
In this episode we speak with a professor of music about the power of song and dance during the apartheid era in South Africa, and a College alum about his process composing music for the screen, and our very own OMNIA podcast.
In this episode we speak with a poet and an author about how art touches us and can help us cope and connect.