The African Diaspora Cluster is pleased to host a Virtual Book Launch, celebrating the release of Siri Suh's new work, "Dying to Count: Post-Abortion Care and Global Reproductive Health Politics in Senegal." We will be joined by the author and an illustrious panel of experts in the field:
Althea Anderson, PhD, MPH (panelist) - Program Officer in Gender Equity and Governance at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Ellen Foley (panelist) - Professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University
Lynn Morgan (panelist) - Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Mount Holyoke College
Carina Ray (moderator) - Associate Professor of African and African American Studies at Brandeis University.
Siri Suh is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Brandeis University.
Please join us!