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Willson Center Distinguished Lecturer Series

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Dr. Rosemary Jolly
Comparative Literature and Intercultural Studies
Penn State University
265 Park Hall

You are cordially invited to this event co-sponsored by the African Studies Institute. As part of the Willson Center's distinguished lecturer series, Dr. Rosemary Jolly will give a talk titled "Effluence in Disease: Ebola and HIV as Case Studies of Debility in the Postcolonial State.”

Dr. Jolly is Weiss Chair of the Humanities in Literature and Human Rights at Penn State University.

If you are interested: 


The program is supported by: 
  • The Willson Center for Humanities & Arts
  • Department of Comparative Literature
  • African Studies Institute

Event Contact: 

Dr. Alexander Fyfe



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