A Political History of Heroin Addiction: Race, Crime and the Fractured Liberalism of Methadone Maintenance and Harm Reduction in New York City, 1963-1973


Mar
20
2013

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  • Speaker: Samuel Roberts
  • Host Department: Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS)
  • Date: 03/20/2013
  • Time: 4:00PM - 5:30PM

  • Location: 4700 Haven Hall

  • Description:

    African American Studies Workshop 2012-2013: New Directions in African American Studies. "A Political History of Heroin Addiction: Race, Crime and the Fractured Liberalism of Methadone Maintenance and Harm Reduction in New York City, 1963-1973". The 2012-2013 DAAS Workshop will present innovative research in the field of African American Studies with a particular focus on gender, race and sexuality. For additional information or for a copy of the pre-circulated papers please call 734-764-5517 or email afamworkshop@umich.edu.


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