A four-part seminar series featuring scholars working at the intersections of inequality, bodies and embodiment, environment, and race. The purpose of the series is to draw students and faculty from across the UCLA community and the public into a timely discussion around race, biomedicine, governance, and diverse ideas about the body as an object of intervention and care.



Affiliated Faculty

Hannah Appel, Assistant Professor, Anthropology; Hannah Landecker, Director, Institute for Society and Genetics & Associate Professor, Sociology; Philippe Bourgois, Semel Institute; Ruben Hernandez-Leon, Associate Professor, Sociology; Michael Storper, Professor, Urban Planning, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.





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