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EVENTS: Lecture by Dr. Constance Putnam

We are honored to announce a guest lecture by Dr. Constance Putnam (CHFM Fellow in Budapest, Hungary) who will be speaking to our first year graduate students about opportunities and challenges of the U.S. educational system. The lecture will be held within our Media Communication class for 1st year American Studies graduate students, on Thursday, January 9th 2014, 6 p.m. (Room 4, School of Foreign Languages and Literatures, 7-13 Pitar Mos Street).




BIO: Dr. Constance Putnam is an independent scholar and researcher who has authored numerous books and articles in the field of Medical History, Bioethics, and Medical Education.  She holds a PhD from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, and formerly served as an Instructor in Biomedical Ethics at Simmons College in Boston. With interests that encompass far more than medical history, she has published a sizable body of work in other fields of history as well as on issues pertaining to social justice. Included are articles on architectural history, medical ethics, death and dying, community service, capital punishment, and the challenges of providing adequate low-income housing in the United States and abroad. She is currently a Fellow of The Center for the History of Family Medicine, undertaking research for the project “Rural General Practice as Forerunner of Today’s Family Practice.”

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