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Paideia Connections: “The Ritual and Social Lives of India’s Transgender Hijra Community” & “Factors Affecting the Production of Antioxidants in Ocimum basilicum L. (Basil)”

4:00pm CDT October 13, 2016

F.W. Olin Building, Room 105

Featured Presentations by Professor of Religion Elaine Craddock and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Emily D. Niemeyer

Blessed by the Goddess, Cursed by Men: The Ritual and Social Lives of Transgender Indians

Elaine Craddock
Professor of Religion

Fertile Ground for Analysis: Factors Affecting the Production of Antioxidants in Plants

Emily D. Niemeyer
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
Holder of the Herbert and Kate Dishman Chair in Science

 

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The Paideia Connections Lecture Series at Southwestern University features brief presentations by two distinguished faculty members from diverse fields, and encourages members of the campus community and the general public to engage in thought-provoking discussions with each other following the presentations. President Edward Burger serves as moderator.

This free and public event is presented in collaboration with the Brown Chair Holders and the President’s Office. For more information, contact Ben Pierce, Professor of Biology, at 512.863.1974 or pierceb@southwestern.edu.

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