Thursday March 24
4:30 PM, Kohlberg Hall 228
Join us for a lecture by Adia Benton Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard University and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Northwestern University. The talk is entitled “Public Health in Post-Conflict African States”
In this talk, Prof. Benton asks the following questions: How do different African states respond to the public health challenges posed by HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and global emergency surgery? How is this complicated in post-conflict contexts? What role do international donors play in these interventions?
Sponsored by Peace and Conflict Studies, Black Studies, Biology, Sociology and Anthropology, Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility