Crystal L'Hote, associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, was in short-term residence at the Mind and Life Institute at Amherst College, where, in May, she was invited to present a paper on her sabbatical work. Inspired by a poem by Emily Dickinson, who lived in Amherst, the title was "Blue to Blue: Aligning Mind and Brain."
Crystal L'Hote, associate professor of philosophy, received a grant from the Center for Neuroethics and Society at the University of Pennsylvania to support her participation in a two-week, interdisciplinary summer session on contemporary topics in neuroscience." In late April, Crystal delivered a paper, "(Neural) Activity and Consciousness," at the annual Toward a Science of Consciousness conference, hosted by Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona. The paper engages methodological questions in the contemporary neuroscience(s).
(posted August 2014)
Crystal L'Hôte, associate professor of philosophy, presented a lecture, "Memory, Moral Agency, and the Possibility of Forgiveness," on November 15, at Colgate University, where she earned her undergraduate degree. (November 2013)