Modern Civic Life and Public Health Across the Americas
December 2 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
a DIALOGUES seminar
Democratic societies in all parts of the world are facing dual crises in the civic and physical health of their citizens. These facets of public wellbeing are closely connected, and those connections become apparent in the work women and migrant groups are doing around the world to foster civic engagement and community healing. This seminar will explore complex issues at the intersection of civic and physical health by focusing on the crucial roles women and migrants are playing in two populations—among displaced people in Colombia and in Latinx communities in the United States. We will seek to understand how social relationships, dialogues, religious values, and family traditions affect the fortunes of vulnerable people in different social contexts.
TOPICS & SPEAKERS
Resilience Through Remembrance: Women-led Civic Engagement and Community Memory in Contemporary Colombia
Ana María Silva Campo, Assistant Professor of History
Public Health and Latinx Migrant Communities in the United States
Laura Villa Torres, Assistant Professor, Public Health Leadership Program in the School of Public Health
What can we learn about the intersection of civic health and public health from Colombia and Latinx social systems in the United States?
A panel discussion with our speakers
TIME & TUITION
9:00am – 12:30pm, Saturday, December 2nd. The tuition is $65 to attend in person or $25 for virtual viewing. A meal will not be offered with this seminar.
Register online or call us at 919.962.1544.
UNC Students can attend for free, but pre-registration is required. Discounts are available for multiple-seminar or first-time purchases, members of Carolina Alumni, UNC faculty, & staff. For more information about discounts and registration policies, visit our General Information page, here.
Teachers may attend one in-person Weekend Seminar for free tuition (optional meals not included), and any additional in-person seminars for a 50% tuition discount. To apply for free in-person tuition, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Current K-12 teachers interested in receiving a complimentary virtual viewing registration for this seminar can apply here. Teachers receive .3 CEUs post-attendance.
Participants will receive an email with venue and background information about 1 week before the program.