Religion and Public Health Seminar
The Religion and Public Health Seminar Series is funded by the Templeton Foundation and jointly sponsored by the Department of Epidemiology and the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard School of Public Health. The seminar series brings in leading scholars who present research on the interface between religion and public health.
This semester’s speakers include:
Michael McCullough (University of Miami): Tuesday, November 5th, 4:30pm, “Is Religion Really for Cooperation? A View from Parent-Offspring Conflict Theory”
Jennifer Allen (Tufts University): Monday, December 16, 12:30pm
“Working with Faith-based Organizations to Provide Cancer Control Interventions for Underserved Latinos”
Past speakers have included Ellen Idler (Emory University), Neal Krause (University of Michigan), Peter Van Ness (Yale University), Marc Musick (University of Texas at Austin), and Harold Koenig (Duke University).