The 6th Georg Arnhold Symposium will explore the relationship between refugee hosting and refugee education in large refugee hosting states in the Global South in light of global policy shifts that attempt to stem secondary movement.
Join us for a discussion on ways to improve women’s health on an individual and societal/structural level. Registration is required.
CSSD working group Women Mobilizing Memory will be celebrating the recent publication of their eponymous book Women Mobilizing Memory with a reception and brief presentations from some of the book’s contributors.
Please join us in celebrating the recent publication of Gender, Governance and Islam, with an introduction by Lila Abu-Lughod.
The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project welcomes Dr. Stephen Latham (Yale University) to give a talk on “Genomics in the Classroom: Disability, Giftedness and Enhancement.”
The Women Mobilizing Memory working group presents Reclaiming Collective Memories in Contemporary Turkey, a panel discussion and book presentation.
The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project welcomes Dr. Shirley Sun (Nanyang Technological University) to give a talk on “Should You Be Worried about Racialization of Precision Medicine? Insights from Asia and North America.”
The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project welcomes Dr. Dan Navon (University of California, San Diego) to give a talk on “Mobilizing Mutations: Remaking Illness in Genomic Medicine.”
The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project welcomes Dr. Barbara Prainsack (University of Vienna) to give a talk on “The Value(s) of Precision Medicine: Societal, Political, and Ethical Aspects.”