On World AIDS Day, in the midst of another pandemic, join expert faculty for a close look at the historical factors that shaped the global spread of HIV, from equatorial Africa to the world.
Thomas F. McDow is a specialist in African History at Ohio State University. He co-teaches a course with a microbiologist on the global history and science of HIV and is writing a history of HIV in Tanzania.
This event is presented by the Bexley Public Library and the Ohio State College of Arts and Sciences.
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