Speaking at Illinois-Wesleyan, 4/12 [UPDATED]


I spent much of my spring break in Boston and ran into a few people who live in the area, but hadn’t met in person. And I heard, more than once, “You’re Kate! From the internet!” Which….is true.

However! I am planning to exist in my corporeal form in two weeks, when I’ll be speaking at Illinois-Wesleyan University for their Secular Student Alliance group.

Details and description below:

Topic: Women & Pseudoscience

Time & Date: 3pm, Saturday, April 12th

Location: State Farm Hall  – 1402 Park St

Summary:
Much of alternative medicine and pseudoscience is marketed at a demographic: women, and especially mothers. What does this look like? How should we speak about skepticism and change skeptical activism in order to address this? I’ll be pulling from recent research (see here and here for interesting background) and personal experience.

 

Comments

  1. Gary says

    Wish I could make it, but I’ll be on the other side of town that day. I’m sure you’ll have any whims well-taken care of by your hosts, but if you do need any advice (e.g., where to find things to put in your food hole), post it here, and I’ll try and answer.

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