MHS Professor Laura Stark gave the Annual Bodemer Lecture at the University of Washington Medical School, on May 3: “Why go first? The past and future of research on humans.”
MHS Professor Laura Stark gave the Annual Hudson Lecture at the University of Kansas Medical Center on May 5: “Witnessing medicine: The people and policies that created the postwar market for ‘human subjects.’”
On April 7, he spoke at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs as a guest of the anthropology department and the center and the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs. He also met with a group of undergraduates at nearby SUNY Oswego to talk about ethnographic research.
On March 22, he spoke at Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA, as part of the college’s spring symposium on veteran issues, and also visited with medical sociology and health psychology students.