These Words are Not Mine: Feral Narratives
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DescriptionIn this lecture, students explore ways in which narratives can become distorted as they move beyond the bounds of their intended audience. Before coming to class, students read an article that is highly critical of NIH funded research. However, the author's criticisms strongly distort the science NIH has funded. Students in class read abstracts of the original proposals for some of the studies the author criticizes and decide for themselves 1) if the author was fair and 2) if they feel the study was worth government funding.
Biomedical Explorations through Narrative
DepartmentVeterinary Integrative Biosciences
Hartberg, Yasha (2019). These Words are Not Mine: Feral Narratives. Available electronically from
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