Of Fears and Strangers
Historian and psychiatrist George Makari looked at the origins of the concept of xenophobia that was first introduced in the late 19th century. This was a virtual program hosted by Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Kate Brouns Supervisor Harvard Book Store->Virtual Events
George Makari Historian and Psychiatrist
Anthony Walton Poet and Writer
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