Hi again CHSCers! Sorry for another e-mail, but Dr. Guyer just got news of this seminar and thought many of you may be interested in attending. It is an on-campus seminar entitled Vernacular Modernity: Traditional Healers, HIV/AIDS, and Explanatory Models in Zimbabwe and is being held this Friday, September 23rd, 2011 at 3:30 PM in Grinter Hall Room 404. More information is at the bottom of this e-mail. Thanks! K. Leilani Sanft Collegiate Health Service Corps CHSC Secretary <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask] ----- Original Message ----- From: Porto,Ariel E <[log in to unmask]> To: White, Teresa M Sent: Mon Sep 19 19:11:06 2011 Subject: On-campus seminar A Baraza with: David Simmons, University of South Carolina Vernacular Modernity: Traditional Healers, HIV/AIDS, and Explanatory Models in Zimbabwe Friday 23 September @ 3:30 in 404 Grinter A reception will follow Dr. Simmons is associate professor of anthropology with a joint appointment in the department of health promotion, education and behavior. His recent publications include “Linking HIV, Migrant Workers, and South African Male Inmates.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved (co-author, 2009); “Religion and Medicine at the Crossroads: A Re-examination of the Southern Rhodesian Influenza Epidemic of 1918.” Journal of Southern African Studies (2009); and “Healers’ Understandings of Indigenous Names for HIV/AIDS in Harare, Zimbabwe.” AIDS Care (2009).