Jennifer Kilty will act as discussant for an event on campus

You Don’t Get to Tell Me Who I AM!

Room 14001, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, 120 University Private 

Tuesday, November 29 at 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

As co-organizers of the Vulnerable Persons Group at the Centre for Health Ethics, Policy and Law, Jennifer Chandler and Michael Orsini are kicking off our their activities with a talk by Doris Peltier and Tracey Prentice, titled "You Don’t Get to Tell Me Who I Am!” Re-claiming Health, Culture and Identity for HIV-Positive Indigenous Women."

Their talk will be followed by comments from Professors Sarah Morales (Law) and Jennifer Kilty (Criminology), as well as a Q&A. 

Location: Room 14001, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, 120 University Private

Doris Peltier is National Coordinator, Visioning Health II, Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network

Tracey Prentice is CIHR Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement, University of Victoria

This is the first in a series of informal meetings to allow for interdisciplinary discussion on research related to the health of 'vulnerable' groups. The model is to have a researcher present her or his work, followed by response(s) from researchers in different disciplines, and a general discussion by the whole group.