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Race as a Social Construction

Race As a Social Construction

Personal Works

giulio bonasera race categorization conceptual illustration
The degree to which a person is categorized into a racial category can vary as a function of the social context
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="''Put simply, Obama’s 'blackness' was systematically determined by racial biases of the perceiver, by the political partisanship of the perceiver, and by...

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Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain

Total Recall: A Reader’s Guide to Memory Gain

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[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="‘’Two of the books’ dictates seemed like they were demonstrably working. First, Dr. Amen recommends that you spend 15 minutes a day in deep prayer or meditation, which “reliably activates the prefrontal cortex.” Of the 30 days I tried meditating — I stare at...

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When Doctors Know That They Don’t Know

When Doctors Know That They Don't Know

The Boston Globe

[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="“Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of probability.” It is time for doctors to embrace their role as the navigators of uncertainty. They can do this by acquiring better tools to explain such things as odds and probabilities to lay people,...

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Professors Behaving Badly

Professors Behaving Badly

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giulio bonasera political unemployment conceptual illustration
“Frustrated that their long investments in education and cultural cultivation haven’t paid off, intellectuals in such societies train their anger — and ideas — at the economic and political systems (and social groups) they hold responsible.“ - Neil Gross
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Weird Lines

Weird Lines

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Celebrating weirdness in fashion as an act of self expression.
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''I like weird. Conformity bores but is inescapable for the most part. We all follow something, even if it is following the goal of wanting to stand apart....

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How CEOs Manage Time

How CEOs Manage Time

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Time is the scarcest resource leaders have. Where they allocate it matters — a lot
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="''Countless concepts, tools, and metrics have been developed to help leaders manage well. However, our study of what the CEOs of large, complex organizations actually do—as manifest in...

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How One Book Changed My Relationship With Money

How One Book Changed My Relationship With Money

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“Your Money” Book Review
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="“Your Money” teaches very concrete methods of keeping track of your finances — there are spreadsheets and expense tracking, simple graphs and investment recommendations — but what I took away from it was a shift in...

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