Category: Narrative, Health, and Social Justice

Susan Reverby, “Escaping Melodrama:  How Should We Think about the Immoral Research Studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala?”

[ March 3, 2016; 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. ]



Public Lecture: Allen Hall 221
1020 University St.
UO campus
Poster PDF

Susan M. Reverby—the Marion Butler McLean Professor in the History of Ideas and a professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Wellesley College—will give a public lecture at the University of Oregon in Allen Hall 221 on March 3. Her lecture is titled,  “Escaping Melodrama: How Should We […]

“Scientific Failures and the Loss of Trust: International Attempts at Malaria Elimination in Zanzibar 1900-2014,” a research talk by Melissa Graboyes

[ November 11, 2014; 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. ] [caption id="attachment_20516" align="alignright" width="200"] Melissa Graboyes[/caption]

Graduate School Student Lounge
Susan Campbell Hall
1431 Johnson Lane
UO campus

“Scientific Failures and the Loss of Trust: International Attempts at Malaria Elimination in Zanzibar 1900-2014”

Melissa Graboyes, assistant director of the UO Department of History and the African Studies Program, will give a talk about her research at Susan Campbell Hall in the […]

Johanna Crane: Who is Global Health For? Tenacious Assumptions in Global Health Science

[ April 9, 2015; 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] Browsing Room
Knight Library
1501 Kincaid St.

A Public Talk

Johanna Crane is a medical anthropologist with a background in English whose research brings together history, science, technological studies, medical humanities, bioethics, and global health. Her book Scrambling for Africa: AIDS, Expertise, and the Rise of American Global Health Science examines the changing U.S. response to the AIDS epidemic […]

Dr. Cheryl Mattingly — “Hope, Suffering and the Play of Possible Selves: A Narrative Perspective on the Good Life”

[ March 6, 2014; 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Gerlinger Lounge
1468 University St.
UO campus

Dr. Cheryl Mattingly is a professor of anthropology in the Division of Occupational Science and Therapy at the University of Southern California. Her talk will draw on a 15-year research study with African-American families in Los Angeles. This study explores the experiences of parents of children with chronic illness, and formed […]