WATERVILLE — The Tuesday Evening Lecture Series, sponsored by the Goldfarb Center, the sociology department, and Science, Technology and Society, will alternate Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. in Lovejoy 100 at Colby College.

Speakers and talks include:

* “The Medicalization of Society,” with Peter Conrad of Brandeis University, Feb. 21.

* “Status and Implications of Health IT in the U.S. Health Care System,” with Denise Anthony of Dartmouth College, March 6.

* “The Road Less Traveled: Medical Science and the Delivery of Health Care to Women,” with Sue Fisher of Wesleyan University, March 27.

* “Regulation of Environ-mental Threats to Human Health: Policy Successes and Challenges,” with Gail Carlson of Colby College, April 10.

* “How Science Comes to Matter: Having Epilepsy in the Age of the Genome,” with Sara Shostak of Brandeis University, April 24.

For more information, call Matthew Archibald at 859-4714 or email [email protected], or Jim Fleming at 859-5881 or [email protected]


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