Global Health Humanities: A View from Africa

Date: November 3, 2015
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: The Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly - Room 153, Rubenstein Library Hall (Perkins Library Main Entrance)

Please join the Global Health Humanities Working Group for a panel discussion with Profs. Alvan Ikoku (Stanford) and Randall Packard (Johns Hopkins).


Welcome and Opening Remarks
Kearsley Stewart, Associate Professor of the Practice, Global Health, Duke University

Why Historians Are Important for Global Health Practice in Africa
Randall Packard, PHD, Professor, History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

Global Health and Comparative Literature: Perspectives on HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Alvan Ikoku, MD, PHD, Asst Professor, Comparative Literature and Medicine, Stanford University

Priscilla Wald, PHD, Professor of English and Women’s Studies, Duke University
Kathryn Mathers, PHD, Senior Lecturing Fellow, International Comparative Studies, Duke Univ.

Open Discussion with Panel and Audience