By Benjamin Meiners
English graduate student Benjamin Meiners interviews literary scholar Priscilla Wald about her study of cultural narratives about contagious disease. Wald joins an interdisciplinary panel, "Contagion and Culture: A Conversation about Ebola," on March 4.

By William Bubelis
Scholars find a treasure-trove of information in historical coins, finding clues about a society's culture, history, government, metallurgy and economics. Bubelis surveys coins through the ages and plugs the Newman Numismatic Portal, which will initially focus on U.S. coins and currency.
By Marisa Bass
Andreas Vesalius: 16th-century anatomist, author, court physician to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. A joint WUSTL–SLU symposium celebrates his legacy with lectures, workshops and a viewing of Vesalius' groundbreaking On the Fabric of the Human Body.
By Brian Carpenter
An expert in dementia research and care, Carpenter shares his critical view of Still Alice, a film portraying one woman's frightening struggle with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. The prevalence of Alzheimer's is expected to triple by 2050, affecting 16 million people.

UPCOMING EVENTS

February 26, 2015 to February 28, 2015

March 3, 2015

March 4, 2015