Join Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine’s Karen Blower and Amina Ismail as they give this talk.
When: Thursday 13th April, 6pm – 7:30pm
Where: Central Teaching Hub, University of Liverpool, L69 7BX. The talk will be given in a hybrid format and can be watched online.
To mark the LSTM’s 125th anniversary, you will be taken on a journey from Liverpool to West Africa exploring the legacy and influence of Mary Kingsley – an ethnographer, writer, and explorer – on the work of LSTM. In this first of three lectures which reflects on the intersection between LSTM’s history and its science, you will see how Mary Kingsley’s influence has rippled through to present-day, in the institute’s work using community-led approaches to achieve health equity in our city. This talk is part of a wider National Lottery Heritage-funded project called LSTM-Past, Present, and Future.
There are two links to book onto this talk:
For online here.
And in-person here.