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2003 Spring Biopowers: Disease, Ethics, Activism


November 20, 2014

BioPowers: Problems in Bioethics and the Politics of Science

April 2 Balch Auditorium 6:30 p.m. Rosemarie Garland-Thomson Institute fir Women’s Studies, Emory University Title tba This event is jointly sponsored by the Humanities Institute and the Scripps College Department of Gender and Women’s Studies April 3 Hampton Room, Malott Commons 4:15 p.m. Paul Rabinow  Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley Science as a […]

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November 18, 2014

HIV/AIDS: Activism and the Global Pandemic

March 6 4:15 p.m. Wende Marshall Department of Anthropology University of Virginia AIDS and Black Bodies 5 p.m. David Roman Department of English and Program in American Studies University of Southern California Remembering AIDS 7:30 p.m. Michael Kerns Actor/Director/Playwright Intimacies & Complications: A Retrospective of AIDS Monologues March 7 9 a.m. Sheila Tlou HIV/AIDS Coordinator University of […]

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Narratives of Illness and Disease

February 20 Helen Deutsch Department of English, UCLA Writing from the Body, Disability, Narrative, and the Limits of Sympathy Timothy Halkowsi University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, School of Medicine Patients’ Confessional Narratives as a Device Alive Wexler Center for the Studies of Women UCLA Mapping Lives: Writing, Resistance, and Genetic Disease  February 21 11:30 a.m. Seminar/Luncheon with […]

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Luncheon Series

February 20Who Funds Science? The A-bomb Studies as Wishful ThinkingGayle GreeneDepartment of EnglishScripps College March 12Lee E. Klosinki, Ph.D.Director of ProgramsAIDS Projects Los Angeles April 2Artists Addressing AIDS: An Evolution of Tactic and PracticeSusan RankaitisFletcher Jones Chair in Studio ArtScripps College Patrick HebertAssociate Director of EducationAIDS Projects Los Angeles Lisa AveryScripps College ’02

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