Last spring, anthropologist Tanya Luhrmann, classicist Sarah Iles Johnston, and philosopher of religion Niki Kasumi Clements gave a series of illuminating talks about how voice, narrative, rituals, and imagination—from antiquity to present-day—are practiced in the ‘making of ourselves’ as part of the symposium, “Making Up Selves: The Operating Instructions.” Their recorded lectures are now available for on-demand viewing.

To learn more about the speakers and the symposium, visit here.

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