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Jay Aronson, Disaster Response and Public Health in Urban Environments (Panel 2)

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Published on Nov 8, 2012

Jay Aronson, Disaster Response and Public Health in Urban Environments (Part 2 of "Panel Discussion: Health, Habitat, and History")


IMPERFECT HEALTH
The Medicalization of Architecture
Curated by Giovanna Borasi + Mirko Zardini
Organized by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

Oct. 16, Tues.
4:30pm: Panel Discussion: Health, Habitat, and History with various experts
Presented by the Department of History

Location: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

http://www.cmu.edu/millergallery/exhi...

Participants:
Caroline Jean Acker, Associate Professor and Head, History Department, Carnegie
Mellon. "Networks and Neighborhoods: Syringe Exchange as Public Health
Outreach."

Jay Aronson, Associate Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon. "Disaster Response
and Public Health in Urban Environments."

Zachary Falck, Adjunct Instructor, History Department, Carnegie
Mellon. "Agricultural Remedies."

Andrea R. Fox, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of Pittsburgh;
Chief Medical Officer, Squirrel Hill Health Center. "Thinking about Tomorrow: Aging
in Places."

Andrew Simpson, Doctoral Candidate, History Department, Carnegie Mellon. "The
Life and Death? of Urban Academic Medical Centers."

Joel A. Tarr, Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon. "Energy Transitions,
Environment, and Health."

Lisa Tetrault, Associate Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon: "What's Gender Got
To Do with It?"

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