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Epidemic Illusions: On the Coloniality of Global Public Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Ayanda Mahlaba
31:12
The music at these webinars is always on point! Kudos to the person responsible for the playlist!
Joel Cabrita
31:24
Laura and Brenda!
Alison Roth
31:41
Any way to share the playlist?
Diane Wagener
32:12
Greetings from sunny San Diego...at last!
Joel Cabrita
32:27
Joel Cabrita, Department of History & CAS, looking forward to this! welcome to Eugene Richardson.
Laura Hubbard
38:23
Welcome everyone! Format for today: as you are inspired with questions please share in the chat that you have a question and a bit about the topic or theme of your question. We will call on you at the end of Dr. Richardson’s talk to unmute and ask your question. So glad you are all here with us today.
Richard McGrail
57:39
Theme question for later: the potential role that coordinated ethnographic projects can play in policy formation and internentions
Richard McGrail
57:49
interventions*
liz jacob (she/her)
01:04:54
I have a question about the coloniality of the social sciences and the positionality of US-based researchers with interests in Africa
Christine Gabali
01:05:54
Agreed
Richard McGrail
01:14:31
I can’t unmute
Krista Donaldson
01:15:07
A Q, pls: what is your take on Packard’s History of Global Health?
Bohdan Oryshkevich, MD MPH
01:16:05
Do we not have a structural problem with our private schools of public health? Does this not remove line responsibility and accountability?
Christine Gabali
01:16:13
Could you give Dr. Richardson’s email? Thank you.
Joel Samoff
01:23:34
For a parallel critique in education: The Alternatives Project https://www.thealternativesproject.org/ . Thinking about foreign aid by starting with notions of justice and equity is a powerfully critical approach.
Christine Gabali
01:28:07
Thank you.
Joel Samoff
01:28:36
It would helpful to have a link to the powerpoint and its references. Thanks.
Laura Hubbard
01:29:00
As we come to a close we thank you so much for thinking with us and Dr. Richardson. Please feel free to email me lhubbard@stanford.edu if you’d like to be in further touch with Dr. Richardson.
Nahome Hagos
01:30:02
Question: Next step for those younger in their career in learning more about decolonizing global and unlearning social and epistemological structures promoting racist ideologies.
Laura Hubbard
01:30:46
Nahome - this is a fantastic question. Let’s linger and have Dr. Richardson answer this one!
Gracemary Nganga
01:32:44
thank you!
Bohdan Oryshkevich, MD MPH
01:37:21
Pai is terrific!
Christine Gabali
01:40:05
There is a course offered through the School of Medicine and Human Rights Department called: “Literacy:Fundamental Human Rights toward Health and Advocacy
Christine Gabali
01:41:04
I did a research on Ethical Perspectives in International Service Learning
Stephanie - Equalize Health
01:42:07
Thanks everyone. Interesting conversation :)
Christine Gabali
01:42:17
Thank you very much - Great presentation
Avanthi Puvvala
01:42:18
Thank you so much !!
Alison Ly
01:42:22
Thank you!
Tania Genel
01:42:25
thanks so so much!
Mei Keck
01:42:27
Thank you!
Joel Samoff
01:42:30
Thanks.