Finch is a clinical and academic medicine practitioner who is no stranger to the African background of medical science, having traveled to Africa 75 times since 1971 to conduct independent studies in African science. He has published more than a dozen articles on the African background of medical science and is author of three books: "The African Background to Medical Science," "Echoes of the Old Dark Land: Themes from the African Eden" and "The Star of Deep Beginnings: Genesis of African Science and Technology." Two sessions - both open to all.
Sponsored in partnership by the Office of Health Sciences Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Public Arts and Sciences Department of Africana Studies, African Studies Program, Department of History; and the University Center for International Studies.
7-8 p.m. (student session)