Princeton University's Program in African American Studies (PAAS, Prof. Nell Irvin Painter, Director) announces a one-day gathering, "Classification: A Symposium on Race, Health, and Citizenship," to be held on Friday 5 May 2000, on Princeton's campus. Discussion during the symposium, consisting of three panels, will be directed at the exploration of contemporary and historical engagements between medical authority and social experience in the formation of definitions of health, population, and rights.
Registration and Continental Breakfast will begin at 8:30 am at Princeton University's McLean House (73 Nassau Street). Panel discussions will begin at 10:00am at McCosh Hall Room #46.
PANELS AND SPEAKERS: Racialized Geographies: Definitions of Population
Daniel J. Kevles (California Institute of Technology)
Nicholas King (Harvard University)
Kenneth Kiple (Bowling Green State University)
Keith Wailoo (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Pathologies of Mind and Body
John Efron (University of Indiana, Bloomington)
Gertrude Fraser (University of Virginia)
Kenneth Manning (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Samuel Roberts (Princeton University)
Contemporary Issues in Race, Health, and Citizenship
Evelynn Hammonds (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Camara Jones (Harvard University)
Raynard Kington (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Samuel Kelton Roberts, Jr.
Graduate Department of History
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