Watch, read, listen:

Emory TV shows, books, podcasts and more to enjoy during your winter break

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Watch: “Your Fantastic Mind”

Your Fantastic Mind” is an Emmy-winning PBS television series partnership between the Emory Brain Health Center and Georgia Public Broadcasting. The show highlights patient stories and reports on pioneering science and clinical advances in the areas of neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, rehabilitation medicine and sleep medicine. Visit the website to stream the first three seasons.

Emory President Gregory L. Fenves at a microphone with professor Laurel Bristow

Listen: “One Big Question”

On each episode of One Big Question podcast, Emory President Gregory L. Fenves sits down with Emory authors, inventors, researchers, alumni and more to learn about their experiences and areas of expertise. Catch up on Season 1, featuring epidemiologist and Instagram expert Laurel Bristow, best-selling novelist Tayari Jones and tech columnist and Emory alum Christopher Mims.

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Read: Emory faculty books

The recent “Feast of Words” celebrated at least 89 books published this year by 65 Emory faculty authors or editors. Whether you are in the mood for poetry, fiction, or taking a deep dive on dozens of scholarly research topics, you are bound to find something interesting on this year’s list.

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Listen: “Buried Truths”

Hosted by Emory professor and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hank Klibanoff, and based on an Emory class, “Buried Truths” acknowledges and unearths still-relevant stories of injustice, racism and resistance in the American South. As the show notes, “we can’t change our history, but we can let it guide us to understanding.” Visit WABE to listen.

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Watch: Tyler Perry at Commencement

Emory’s Commencement returned to the university’s historic Quad in 2022, with entertainment icon Tyler Perry delivering a powerful keynote address. Watch Perry’s full remarks and look back on complete coverage of Commencement, including profiles of outstanding students and faculty, student and community award winners.

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Read: Emory’s biggest stories

The Emory News Center draws readers from around the world. Take a look back at some of the most-read stories published during the last 10 years (we’ve taken out COVID-19 stories to end the year without further focusing on the pandemic). Instead, read about President Obama’s early letters, Harper Lee’s iconic Atticus Finch, Emory’s Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown, and one possible reason we love cats. Or check out the biggest stories of 2022.

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