PRSS Postdoctoral Fellow Natalie Shibley presented her research on the history of HIV criminalization in the U.S.
The Program on Race, Science and Society (PRSS) is an initiative at the University of Pennsylvania devoted to transformative and interdisciplinary approaches to the role of race in scientific research and biotechnological innovations, aiming both to promote social justice and to dispel the myth that race is a natural division of human beings.
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Postdoctoral Fellow Natalie Shibley has won an Early Career Scholar Fellowship from the William Nelson Cromwell Foundation.
Professor Dorothy Roberts has published a chapter in Human Flourishing in an Age of Gene Editing, edited by Erik Parens and Josephine Johnston.
Professor Quayshawn Spencer has published a new book, What Is Race?: Four Philosophical Views.