Skip to main content

Calendar

Psychiatry and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Era: Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936–1968

January 17, 2018
08:00 AM - 06:30 PM
Various locations

Dennis Doyle
Associate Professor of History at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and author of Psychiatry and Racial Liberalism in Harlem, 1936–1968, published by the University of Rochester Press

8–9:15 A.M. “Psychiatry and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Era:
Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936–1968”: Department
of Psychiatry MLK Day Grand Rounds and book signing
Class of ’62 Auditorium, Medical Center


9:30–11 A.M. Department of Psychiatry’s Community Counts Brunch:
a book discussion and signing hosted by the Office of
Mental Health Promotion
To RSVP for the brunch (seating is limited) please contact Jenny Hernandez at 275-3571 or Jenny_Hernandez@urmc.rochester.edu
Natapow Conference Room, 1-9545, Medical Center


5–6:30 P.M. “A Ted (and Dennis) Talk”: Discussion with Ted Brown, Professor of History and Medical Humanities and Charles E.
& Dale L. Phelps Professor of Public Health and Policy, followed by reception
Humanities Center Conference Room D and Lounge, Rush Rhees Library

Sponsored by
Department of History, School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center
Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity
Paul M. Schyve, MD, Center for Bioethics
University of Rochester Humanities Center
University of Rochester Press
Psychiatry and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Era: Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936–1968

Category: Other Center Activities