The Critical Development Forum is excited to host a “Critical Coffee Chat” with Dave Citrin, an graduate student in the Department of Anthropology (and recent Global Health MPH grad), this Tuesday 4/3 at 5:30pm at EEB 403(NOT Cafe Allegro).
Dave Citrin will be sharing with us his path that led him to his research in medical anthropology, his involvement in the Seattle Solidarity Network, as well as answer any questions you may have. Dave also has a MPH in Global Health and has done a lot of research around “health camps” and global aid chains in Nepal. Dave has engaged critically with themes like medical tourism has led discussions off of the film “First, Do No Harm.”
Come meet other like-minded students and participate in an informal but critical discussion with Dave Citrin. Please bring your thoughts, opinions, questions, and friends!
On a side note: we hope to continue these “Critical Coffee Chats” every other week throughout this quarter and bring in speakers from all across campus. To clarify on the name, we thought that these informal discussions would be best conducted over coffee/tea. Although we have since moved to the Electrical Engineering Building, please feel free to bring in something to drink. The EEB has a small coffee stand on the first floor and the Computer Science Building has a bigger coffee shop as well.