Today, September 1, 2017, CELL launches In Focus, a blog dedicated to transforming the latest research and expertise related to divisive stereotypes, education, and violence or conflict, into concise analytical articles and briefs.
We are pleased to announce that our first article - "Hate Harms Us All" - examines the impacts of hate on health, and has been written by Dr. Sandro Galea, Dean of Boston University's School of Public Health. Our second article, to be published next week, will be written by CELL's Dr. Marin Been at Maastricht University on the relationship between divisive stereotypes and violence from a congitive neuroscientific perspective. Future articles will examine divisive stereotypes, education, and violence or conflict from the perspectives of law, economics, and education, to name a few.
If you are interested in writing an article for In Focus or sharing your more extended research with CELL, please send us an email.