May 17: Panelists Discuss Collective Memory during the UCI Brain Dialogue Series

4c the Future Compassion, Consciousness, Collective Memory, Creativity

Join us Monday, May 17 from 6:30-8 p.m. PST for our UCI Brain Dialogue Series: 4C the Future, where faculty from across the UCI campus will discuss Collective Memory.

In this panel, Drs. Margaret Gilbert, Erika Hayasaki, Judith Kroll, and Mark Andrew LeVine will dialog about their perspectives of the nature of collective memory, and will delve into the mechanisms of construction/reconstruction and transgenerational transmission of collective memory through time and space, the significance of language, beliefs and art in forming collective memory, and its role in shaping our self- and collective identity.


Headshot of Margaret Gilbert Distinguished, Professor of Philosophy

Margaret Gilbert

Distinguished Professor of  Philosophy

Headshot of Erika Hayasaki

Erika Hayasaki

Associate Professor of
Literary Journalism

Headshot of Judith Kroll

Judith Kroll

Distinguished Professor,
Department of Language Science

Headshot of Mark Andrew

Mark Andrew LeVine

Professor of Modern Middle Eastern History

About the Dialogue Series

The UCI Brain Dialogue series is a monthly forum that brings together researchers studying one phenomenon from various perspectives. Events will include 10-minute presentations from 3-4 invited speakers, followed by a moderated discussion and Q&A. This series is designed for both academics and the public. Visit the UCI Brain website for more information on upcoming talks.