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Institute for Research on Women's Distinguished Lecture Series "The Gendered Intimacies of Global Health"

Professor Julie Livington of Rutgers History Department,  and Winner of a 2013 MacArthur Genius award, will be giving a lecture this Thursday in the Crockett Building on Douglass Campus.  "The Gendered Intimacies of Global Health" will begin at 4:30pm and end at 6:00pm.  Professor Livingston will "consider the masive and increasingly high-profile global health industry through the lens of nursing care".

This is the second talk in the Institute for Research on Women's Distinguished Lecture series "Decolonizing Gender/Gendering Decolonization", which explores "the intersectionality of colonialism, race, and gender studies", encouraging a broad and dynamic conversation about the issues raised by these intersections.

 

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Professor Livingston's research "moves across and often combines the disciplines of history, public health, and anthropology"

See more on her History Department faculty page