John Hunter and Joseph Tranquillo will be co-teaching a course cross-listed across arts and sciences and the college of engineering called “Brain, Mind, and Culture” (HUMN 301/BMEG 461). The course’s goal is to juxtapose and analyze neuroscientific and culturally based approaches to problems of selfhood, free will, memory, and knowledge to see what each could learn from the other. As well, it will model the lack of established pathways for this endeavor by requiring students to collectively (1) decide what course materials we will study; (2) in what order we examine them; and (3) how the format in which a body of knowledge is presented influences the conclusions that we draw about it.