September 19, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Typhoid Mary & Patient Zero: Public Health and Personal Freedom-Public Discussion with the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin in Milwaukee


Public Discussion with Prof. Judith Leavitt, Danielle Dresden, Coleman (director of the play), and Donna Peckett "Typhoid Mary & Patient Zero: A play set at the intersection of public health and personal freedom" juxtaposes true stories from the past with an imagined tale of our new future to explore how attitudes towards infectious diseases reveal social values, and how social values shape responses to infections diseases. Dr. Judith Leavitt, is the Rupple Bascom and Ruth Bleier Professor emerita from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the woman who literally wrote the book on Typhoid Mary, "The Most Dangerous Woman in America."


AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
820 N Plankinton Ave
Milwaukee WI, 53203-1802

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Danielle Dresden
(608) 244-2938
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