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Malta, Motherhood, and Infant Mortality: Integrating Biological and Sociocultural Insights

12:00-2:00 p.m.
Room 208N, Munk Centre

The Lupina Foundation & Comparative Program on Health and Society
at the Munk Centre for International Studies in the University of
Toronto present Leah Walz (CPHS Lupina/OGS Fellow; Anthropology, UT)

Leah's research interests focus on the social, cultural, and biological
determinants of health. She has recently conducted extensive archival
research in The National Archives of Malta in Rabat, Malta where she
examined infant mortality rates from 1900-1950 and their relationship
to broader discourses on mothering.

Light refreshments will be provided.  If you are planning to
attend, please register using the Munk Centre new e-registration system
by or going to
http://webapp.mcis.utoronto.ca/EventDetails.aspx?eventid=1762.

If you have any difficulties registering, please e-mail
cphs.munk@utoronto.ca or call (416) 946-8891 For more information on
CPHS fellowships, events, papers, and people, please see http://www.utoronto.ca/cphs or contact Prof. Jillian Clare Cohen at jillianclare.cohen@utoronto.ca or (416)  946-8708.