Female Genital Mutilation is prevalent across many parts of Africa, with a wide variety of approaches advocated to help prevent this practice. Dr. Atif Fazari, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Khartoum- Sudan, will discuss his work as a reconstructive surgeon and opponent of FGM. He will talk about various strategies for reducing this practice, and discuss these with Dr. Carolyn Martin-Shaw, emerita Professor of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz, who has published and taught about African women, social theory, and sexuality.
Hosted by Professor of Anthropology, Nancy Chen.
Organized by Associate Professor of Anthropology: Andrew Mathews
Respondent: Anthropology Professor Emeritus Carolyn Martin Shaw
Coordinated by: Dr. Jordann Loehr, MD, MPH
Engineering 2, 399 | 4:00-6:00pm | April 1, 2015