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ARTHIST 282| AFS 282 Arts of Africa & Museums

Look and think about objects attributed to artists, patrons, or audiences from the African continent| Professor Susan Elizabeth Gagliardi

Wellness Tips

CDC. “COVID-19 and Your Health.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 11 Feb. 2020, https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html.

Emory Campus Life. “Resources,” n.d., accessible at  https://counseling.emory.edu/resources/index.html.

Emory Campus Life. “Student Health,” n.d., accessible at https://studenthealth.emory.edu/.

Headspace. “We’re Here for You,” [free meditations during the covid-19 pandemic as of 21 January 2021], n.d., accessible at https://www.headspace.com/covid-19.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) For information about Counseling and Psychological Services available at Emory, see:  http://counseling.emory.edu/. You may call CAPS directly at 404.727.7450.

Hidden Brain Podcasts

Hidden Brain explores the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior and questions that lie at the heart of our complex and changing world.

Vedantam, Shankar, Jennifer Schmidt, Parth Shah, and Tara Boyle. “Creativity and Diversity: How Exposure to Different People Affects Our Thinking.” Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life’s Unseen Patterns, National Public Radio [37:58], 27 July 2020, .

Vedantam, Shankar, Jennifer Schmidt, Rhaina Cohen, Tara Boyle, Parth Shah, and Maggie Penman. “The Mind of the Village: Understanding Our Implicit Biases.” Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life’s Unseen Patterns, National Public Radio [50:30], 20 June 2020,  .

Vedantam, Shankar, Max Nesterk, Thomas Lu, and Tara Boyle. “Finding Meaning at Work: How We Shape and Think about Our Jobs.” Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life’s Unseen Patterns, National Public Radio [50:23], 12 September 2019,  

Places to Get Support at Emory & Beyond

  • Student Intervention Services (24/7 assistance): 404-430-1120 http://success.emory.edu/index.html
  • Student Health Services: 404-727-7551
  • Student Health Services' on-call physician: 404-727-7551 and press "0"
  • Emory Healthcare psychiatrist-on-call: 404-778-5000 (available after hours or weekends)
  • Respect Program (sexual assault/interpersonal violence): 404-270-5360
  • Georgia Crisis & Access Line: 1-800-715-4225
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-2433 or 1-800-273-8255
  • Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741. Students of color can text STEVE to 741741.
  • Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ): 866-488-7386
  • TrevorChat line (LGBTQ): Text "trevor" to 202-304-1200 (7 Days/Week, 3pm–10pm EST).
  • The Mental Health Collective Resource Library: This detailed collection of resources for both the black community and the BIPOC community.