Noga Arikha is a historian of ideas and writer, the author of Passions and Tempers: A History of the Humours (2007), and, with Marcello Simonetta, of Napoleon and the Rebel: A Story of Brotherhood, Passion, and Power (2011). She grew up in Paris, was educated in London where she took a PhD at the Warburg Institute, then lived in New York where she was a Fellow at Columbia University, and taught at Bard College and the Bard Graduate Center. She is now based in Paris, where she was Chair of Liberal Studies and professor at Paris College of Art before taking a teaching post at NYU Paris, and is affiliated with the Institut Jean Nicod. She is at work on books related to brain, mind, and self-knowledge. www.nogaarikha.com
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