Awe cover2The New Science of Everyday Wonder
and How It Can Transform Your Life


by Dacher Keltner

Date: Wednesday, September 13, 9 AM Pacific Time 


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In Awe, Dr. Dacher Keltner presents a radical investigation and deeply personal inquiry into the meaning of this elusive emotion. Keltner takes us on a tour of new research into how awe can transform our brains and bodies, alongside examinations of the meaning and influence of awe across history, culture, and within his own life during a period of grief. Awe shows us how to cultivate awe in our everyday life, and how doing so can put us in touch with the most humane aspects of our human nature.




Dacher KeltnerDacher Keltner
Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and the faculty director of UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. A renowned expert in the science of human emotion, Dr. Keltner studies compassion and awe, how we express emotion, and how emotions guide our moral identities and search for meaning. His research interests also span issues of power, status, inequality, and social class. He is the author of The Power Paradox and the bestselling book Born to Be Good, and the coeditor of The Compassionate Instinct. His latest book, Awe, is a national bestseller.
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