Dinner and Doctrine for Pandemic Times

PANDEMIC STORIES ----Tuesday, January 12, 7:00pm. Our presenter is Dr. Ra-chel Constance, Assoc. Professor of History and Director of the Byers Institute for Community Health at Walsh Uni-versity. A specialist in the history of medicine, particularly global pandemics, she will provide historical context for our current pandemic experience which has elevated civic en-gagement, challenged scientific and business communi-ties, and strained the spirit of personal and community life. Recently, Dr. Constance designed the Walsh Univ. Pan-demic Stories Oral History Project which uses the collec-tive memory of our individual experiences as a testament to our pandemic times to provide context and meaning for future generations. The presentation serves as an invita-tion to participate. Be ready with a story to tell. Read more at: Walsh University Pandemic Stories Oral History Project athttps://www.walsh.edu/pandemicstories.html. Join us via Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/PortageCatholicor via Zoom. Contact Mac Clapp for the link.