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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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