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With Tom Farley MD MPH Philadelphia Health Commission. 

With Patty Kissinger, PhD

With Briana White, IWES

 

Topic to be announced, with Adolfo Correa, MD, PhD. 

By professor Ray Douglas. 

Ray Douglas is Russell Colgate Distinguished University Professor of History at Colgate University. He is author of Orderly and Humane: The Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War (2012) and several other historical monographs. In 2016 he published On Being Raped.

For more information contact Laura Wolford via email to lwolford@tulane.edu or view here.

By professor Ray Douglas. 

Ray Douglas is Russell Colgate Distinguished University Professor of History at Colgate University. He is author of Orderly and Humane: The Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War (2012) and several other historical monographs. In 2016 he published On Being Raped.

For more information contact Laura Wolford via email to lwolford@tulane.edu.

Ellyn Ogden will present “Getting to Zero: On the Verge of Polio Eradication.”  At the end of the talk Ellyn invite students interested in talking with her or who have questions to stay afterwards. SGA providing lunch for attendees. 

 

One Health Club Lecture: Dr. Sarah Paige is a Global Fellow in USAID's Africa Bureau and founder of Ebola Survivor Corps. Join us as she discusses her work with communities on the frontline of emerging diseases in Uganda and Sierra Leone. 12:15pm, Room 1206. Lunch will be served!

Tulane Reading Project Keynote Lecture: Kimberlé Crenshaw, UCLA, on “The Intersectional Paradigm: Race and Gender in Work, Life and Politics.”

6:00pm, McAlister Auditorium, Uptown campus