Social Medicine From The South

Posted on March 22, 2021

Join a discussion that rethinks the set of relations so frequently described as ’North/South’ in social medicine

What would it mean to make the so-called ‘South’ the location from which we enter a conversation about social medicine? And, conversely, what would it mean to make social medicine the location from which we enter a conversation about the ‘South’? In the course of two panels, we envisage a discussion that is less about a region than one that rethinks the set of relations so frequently described as ’North/South,’ and foregrounds diverse social medicine movements. Please join us for a lively, informal conversation and an opportunity to think social medicine together.

Panel One: 26 March 

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Tinashe Goronga Centre for Health Equity Zimbabwe
Mindy Fullilove The New School
Rama Baru Jawaharlal Nehru University
Kenneth Camargo Rio de Janeiro State University

Panel Two: 29 March

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Zhiying Ma University of Chicago
Cristian Montenegro Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Eugene Raikhel University of Chicago
Wen-Hua Kuo National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University 
Omar Dewachi Rutgers University