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The Deaths America Treats as Normal: Structural Racism and Racial Disparities in Mortality During the COVID-19 and 1918 Flu Pandemics

Population, Family and Reproductive Health and Hopkins Population Center

Department & Center Events
PFRH Wednesday Seminar Series

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Online

The Deaths America Treats as Normal:
Structural Racism and Racial Disparities in Mortality During the COVID-19 and 1918 Flu Pandemics

Speaker

Elizabeth Wrigley-Field Assistant Professor, Sociology and Minnesota Population Center University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, PhD, MS, MA

Assistant Professor
Sociology and Minnesota Population Center

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Elizabeth Wrigley-Field specializes in racial inequality in mortality and historical infectious disease and co-leads (with J.P. Leider) an ongoing project on COVID-19 mortality in Minnesota. She is also a quantitative methodologist, developing models designed to clarify relationships between micro and macro perspectives on demographic relationships.

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