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Learn@Lunch – Incarcerated Women: Serving Life Sentences in Ohio

Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall Commons - Washington College

Emily Steinmetz is an anthropologist who specializes in cultural anthropology, anthropology of the U.S., and inequalities in U.S. life. She has two areas of focus in her research: the carceral state and women's imprisonment, and U.S. health inequalities. ** Space is limited — please register online to reserve your seat **

Learn@Lunch – Practical Magic: Change Your Story, Change Your Life

Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall Commons - Washington College

“Words are the most powerful drug known to mankind.”— Rudyard Kipling. Your happiness is less dependent upon circumstances than it is upon the story you tell yourself about those circumstances. And that’s something you can control. Join us for Practical Magic: Change Your Story, Change Your Life. Beginning with the placebo effect, Laura Oliver will… Continue Reading Learn@Lunch – Practical Magic: Change Your Story, Change Your Life

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