December 03SAWYER SEMINAR INTERNATIONAL FRAMING OF HIV/AIDS AND EBOLA: THE PLACE OF AFRICA IN THE GLOBAL HEALTH LANDSCAPE—PAUL MKANDAWIRE
THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE-SALINA, WEST LOBBY 101; 138 N SANTA FE AVENUE, SALINA, KS 67401
Dr. Paul Mkandawire studies the intersections of global and public health, social justice, and human rights. He will be sharing his research on HIV/AIDS and Ebola in Africa and the ways that state and non-state institutions mobilize responses to epidemics of global proportions. Dr. Mkwandawire serves as the Co-Director of the Human Rights and Social Justice Program and Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. This lecture is part of KU’s Sawyer Seminar; to learn more, visit: http://chronicconditions.ku.edu.
Sponsored By: Hall Center for the Humanities, Kansas African Studies Center, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina