As one of the leading programs of its kind in the United States, the Science, Religion, and Culture Program faculty, staff, and student team will present the research and events conducted by SRC, and discuss how students can design their study of science and religion at HDS. Opportunity for Q&A will also be provided to address research and internship opportunities, especially for those planning to go on to medical or nursing school, as well as to other interdisciplinary pursuits.
This is a classic film about the showdown between evolution and creation in the famous Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925. After its release in 1960, "Inherit the Wind" set the tone for cultural imagining of the trial for decades to come. However, the film was a fictionalized account that served as an analogy for the evils of McCarthyism. How did the film differ from the actual trial? What do thaese changes tell us about the legacy of the evolution-creation debate in the 1960s and today? Come to this film night and find out! Read more about March 6: Film and Dialogue Series