Malcolm M. Renfrew Interdisciplinary Colloquium Web Archive

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Fall 2008
MRIC 2008/09

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Fall 2008

September 9
Rick Spence, History
On the Track of the Beast: Uncovering Aleister Crowley’s Intelligence Connections

September 16
Steve Krone, Mathematics and Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies 
How Many Biologists Does It Take to Change a Mathematician?

September 23
Daniel G. Strawn, Plant, Soil, and Entomological Sciences
The Fate of Lead and Zinc in Soils Down-river from Mining Occurring in the Coeur d’Alene River Valley

September 30
Bob Rinker, Computer Science
The History and Technology of the Hammond and other Electronic Organs

October 7
Linda Morris, Business and Economics;
Gene Merrill, University Research and Technology Transfer
Ideas, Innovations, and Entrepreneurship

October 14
Melanie-Angela Neuilly, Sociology, Anthropology, and Justice Studies
Do Dead People Speak Different Languages: An Interdisciplinary Séance

October 21
Lauren Fins, Forest Resources
The Natural History and Culture of Chocolate

October 28
James Murphy, Lionel Hampton School of Music
2001: A Film Music Odyssey

November 4
Gregory Bohach, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, and Biochemistry
Studying Bovine Mastitis: How Can That Help Us Understand Human Toxic Shock Syndrome and Staphylococcal Food Poisoning?

November 11
Randall Teal, Architecture & Interior Design
In the Mood: Creating Architectural Atmospheres

November 18
Jeff Bailey, Business
Overconfidence and Some Behavioral Consequences

December 2
Kelly Quinnett, Theatre and Film
The Art of Stage Kissing
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