“AN EVENING WITH BATMAN’S BRAIN”

UVic Centre for Biomedical Research Presents:

CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE ON CAMPUS

“AN EVENING WITH BATMAN’S BRAIN”

Moderated by CBC Radio Journalist & UVic Chancellor Shelagh Rogers

Dr. Travis Langley Psychologist Henderson State University

Dr. Mark D. White Philosopher College of Staten Island

Dr. E. Paul Zehr Neuroscientist University of Victoria

An authentic comic-con style panel focused on the psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience of Gotham’s Dark Knight with the authors of Batman and Psychology, Batman and Philosophy, and Becoming Batman.

Who is Batman and how did he come to be?

What does Batman mean to us?

Can Batman beat Superman?

Wednesday, March 16, 7-9 PM

Farquhar Auditorium University of Victoria Free and open to all ages!!!

All seating is reserved; contact the UVic Ticket Centre to book www.tickets.uvic.ca  or call 250-721-8480 #BatmansBrain Parking fees will apply and doors will open at 6:30 pm

Division of Medical Sciences

Dana Foundation- Brain Awareness Week Campaign