What does religion or religion-like ways of viewing the world today have to do with this important public health issue?
Please join us for the panel discussion “Vaccine Hesitancy, Worldview and Religion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” which will take place Thursday, November 14th, 4:30-5:30pm, 1310 Sterling Hall.
This event will feature panelists engaged in research and education with religious and “religious-like” populations.
Professor Mark Louden is the Alfred L. Shoemaker, J. William Frey, and Don Yoder Professor of Germanic Linguistics, and director of the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies., Dept. of German, Nordic, and Slavic. He is also a Religious Studies Affiliate.
Malia Jones, PhD. Assistant Scientist, is co-director of the health geography research program at the Applied Population Laboratory, Center for Demography and Ecology.
Stephanie Schauer, PhD. is the Immunization Program Manager for the Wisconsin Immunization Program.
Panel chaired by Religious Studies Assistant Professor Cara Rock-Singer.
This event is open to the public and free of charge.