Courses: Violence and Public Health (HLTHH281A01)

Fall 2014

An interdisciplinary seminar course analyzing the advantages and limitations of a public health perspective on violence. We will examine how every-day violence, direct political violence, and structural violence effect public health, as well as evidence that violence is preventable and amenable to public health strategies. Course will include tutorial sessions, which are mandatory, the times of which to be arranged between students & Professor.

Prerequisites: One of the following: ICPR221 or PEAC101 or PEAC201 or PEAC202 or instructor consent.

Fulfills: SO I Limit:15

Department

Health Studies (Web site)

Taught By

Kaye Edwards (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Shrp 217

Meeting Times

T 1:30-4:00