VIRTUAL: Historical Trauma and Health - Biological Anthropology Colloquium

Event time: 
Thursday, February 25, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
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Calendar Speaker/Performer: 
Zaneta M. Thayer - Dartmouth College
Event description: 

Dr. Zaneta M. Thayer presents a talk on, “Historical trauma and health: Integrating biological and social pathways.” Dr. Zaneta M. Thayer is an Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department at Dartmouth College. She investigates how social inequalities, such as poverty, racism and historical trauma, create health inequalities. She aims to understand how and why these experiences shape health and biology.
She will join the Biological Anthropology Department colloquium, “Brown Beer.” Brown Beer talks center Biological Anthropology themes, engage researchers, scholars and students from around the world and encourage critical thinking and idea-building across institutions.
Brown Beer talks occur virtually, via Zoom, every other Thursday from February 11 - April 29.
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