Critical Global Health Studies

30th Anniversary of “Seize Control of the FDA”

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sommer Hall In collaboration with the Office of Public Health Practice and Training   A webcast on October 11, 2018 from 4-5:30 p.m. Introduction: Joshua M. Sharfstein, MDVice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement Professor of the Practice Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Panel: A Landmark […]


The 1918 Influenza Pandemic: Lessons for the Future

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sheldon Hall In collaboration with Berman Institute of Bioethics  


Advocacy and Action: Supporting the Needs of Our Immigrant Neighbors

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

School of Nursing, Room 320 In collaboration with SOURCE and the Program in Racism, Immigration, & Citizenship  


Indigenous Environments & the Anthropocene

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

(click for more details) Title: Indigenous Environments & the Anthropocene What: a symposium and roundtable discussion Who: Featuring Candis Calison of University of British Columbia, Timothy Neale of Alfred Deakin Institute, & Zoe Todd of Carleton University When: Monday, April 8, 2019 Where: 3rd Floor, Welch Library Building, 1900 East Monument Street, 21205


Sawyer Seminar

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

The Sawyer Seminar Series on Precision and Uncertainty in A World of Data has a new website! Visit https://worldsofdata.org for updated information on their upcoming events. Sawyer Seminar: Precision and Uncertainty in a World of Data The Departments of Anthropology and the History of Medicine and the Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine will […]


Global Health, Justice, & Activism

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

Featuring Dr. Gregg Gonsalves & Dr. Alexandre White Fourth iteration of speaker series – Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social Medicine 2020-21 Zoom Webinar Registration For more information on the series, see below. The COVID-19 epidemic has starkly illuminated a series of structural forces in health and society that produce endemic disparities. As a result, older […]


Public Health and the State

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

Public Health and the State Featuring Dr. Lawrence Brown & Dr. Graham Mooney Fourth iteration of speaker series – Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social Medicine 2020-21 Zoom Webinar Registration For more information on the series, see below. The COVID-19 epidemic has starkly illuminated a series of structural forces in health and society that produce endemic […]


International Order, Organizations, and Cooperation in the 2020’s

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

International Order, Organizations, and Cooperation in the 2020’s Featuring Dr. Christy Thorton & Dr. Nistan Chorev Speaker series – Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social Medicine 2020-21 Zoom Webinar Registration For more information on the series, see below. The COVID-19 epidemic has starkly illuminated a series of structural forces in health and society that produce endemic […]


Epidemic Narratives: Data, Visualization, and the Mediation of Care

by Jon Ortiz • January 12, 2021

Kirsten Ostherr and Kim Gallon Co-Sponsored with the Sawyer Seminar on Precision and Uncertainty in a World of Data Reflections on the talks by Alexander Parry Featuring Dr. Kirsten Ostherr & Dr. Kim Gallon Speaker series – Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social Medicine 2020-21 Zoom Webinar Registration For more information on the series, see below. […]