6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
As part of a full weekend of discussion and film screenings around
HIV/AIDS, its history, and its impacts, this conversation will place its focus
on epidemiological treatment and research. Colleen Daniels, TB/HIV Project
Director with the Treatment Action Group NY, will discuss the current state of
epidemiological research on HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis and discuss how data on
surveillance can inform health policy, advocacy and action. The presentation will follow a special screening of the work of Jonathan Smith, Director of They Go to Die and Epidemiologist at Yale School of Medicine.
Revisiting the AIDS Crisis and the Ongoing Epidemic
Other events in this series include:
Surviving, Uniting, Anger and the Plague: A conversation with directors David France and Jim Hubbard
Preceded by the following screenings in Kellen Auditorium
Time is Not A Line: A public conversation around the anxiety of knowing, forgetting, history and
Revisiting the AIDS Crisis and the Ongoing Epidemic, Health Challenges for the 21st Century is sponsored by The Department of Natural Science and Math/ Lang; The Global Studies Program; Coming Out in the Developing World (CODW); Wellness and Health Promotion / TNS Students Services; The Social Justice Initiative; Office of Intercultural Support; University Student Center; Thematic Interdisciplinary Programs (TIPS), Visual AIDS, New School for Public Engagement; Civic Engagement Initiatives in Parsons' Dean's Office; and The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at CUNY Graduate Center.
Bark Room, 2 West 13th Street, Ground Floor
Please contact Brandon Fischer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.