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To: H-NET List for African History and Culture <H-AFRICA@h-net.msu.edu> Dear Dr. Darwin: I am afraid that I missed the link to this discussion of male circumcision. Would you post it again. I would like to comment on the advocacy of universal male genital mutilation as a medical procedure to prevent the transmission of AIDS or any other disease. I find the proposition outrageous and disgusting. I wonder if anyone on this list would advocate for female genital mutilation to achieve the same purposes--or even conduct research on its possible benefits. It is, after all, quite likely that the removal of female genital parts that might harbor bacteria would also be found to reduce the spread of diseases. Anthony A. Lee, Ph.D. UCLA On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 3:08 AM, teferi abate < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Subject: Circumcision > Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2013 01:00:06 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time) > From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> > To: H-NET List for African History and Culture <H-AFRICA@H-NET.MSU.EDU > > > > > > We are looking for contributors in an attempt to explore male circumcision > in all its pros and cons, especially in Africa. A new study reveals that > circumcision affects the type of bacteria that live on the male sexual > organ > which could explain why circumcised men have a 50 percent to 60 percent > reduced risk of being infected by HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. > Circumcision also lowers the risk of infection with other sexually > transmitted viruses such as human papillomavirus and herpes simplex virus > type 2, researchers have found. The findings were published April 16 in the > online journal mBio. > > > Zimbabwe is one of the country?s worst hit by Aids and in 2010 the > government launched a campaign to circumcise up to 80 percent of the > country > s young men - some three million people. What is the result of this > campaign? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) found that the medical > benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks. To join this discussion please > copy and paste the this link or click on it to get detail on how you can > contribute to the discussion. > > > Thank you > > > Leni Darwin, Ph.d > > > > > > > -------Original Message------- > > > From: teferi abate > > Date: 4/26/2013 6:01:47 PM > > To: H-AFRICA@H-NET.MSU.EDU > > Subject: CFP: The Pan African International 2014 Symposium > > > Subject: CFP: The Pan African International 2014 Symposium > > Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 00:01:29 -0700 (PDT) > > From: Itibari M. Zulu <email@example.com> > > Reply-To: Itibari M. Zulu <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > To: H-AFRICA@H-NET.MSU.EDU <H-AFRICA@H-NET.MSU.EDU> > > > > > > > The Pan African International 2014 Symposium > > > August > > 29-30, 2014 > > > Pepperdine > > University > > 6100 > > Center Drive, Los Angeles, California 90045-1590 > > > Sponsor: The Journal of Pan African Studies (www.jpanafrican.com) > > > Statement of Purpose: > > > The purpose of this symposium is to acknowledge and advance > > progressive ideas, projects and programs in Africa and throughout the > African > > world community that are designed to develop the intellectual, social and > > cultural life opportunities of people of African heritage. > > > Since > > the 1994 7th Pan African Congress in Uganda, efforts have been made > > to construct an eighth Congress, however logistics and ideology have > stalled > > those plans. In an effort to rekindle the passion and fire for the > > internalization of the African experience, this inter-generational and > > multidisciplinary symposium has been called. > > > Invitees: > > > The > > symposium is open to all and is expected to attract scholars, activists, > > practitioners and others concerned with the intellectual, > > social and cultural life of people of African heritage around the world. > > > Themes: > > > Health & Wellness > > Effective Leadership > > Science & Technology > > Education for Liberation > > Stages of Pan Africanism > > African Union International > > Towards the 8th Pan African > > Congress > > Revitalizing the Pan African > > Movement > > Africa and the Re-colonization > > Trajectory > > > Call for Papers and Panel Proposals: > > > The symposium welcomes papers and panel proposals from a wide > > variety of scholars, community researchers, activist, educators, and > others. > > Thus, the presentation topics should engage but not be limited to the > themes > > listed above. Those interested must submit a one page abstract of their > > paper/presentation with a short biographical statement to Kurt Young at > > email@example.com by April 29, 2014. Should you wish to form a panel > (must consist > > of at least three people), send a 250 word or less abstract of the proposed > > panel, and a list of each proposed panelist with a short biographical > statement > > of each person to Kurt Young at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 29, 2014. > Paper > > and panel proposals will be selected based on symposium theme relevancy. > Please > > note that paper and panel proposals must include the presenter?s name, the > title of the > > paper or panel, institutional affiliation, and contact details (mailing > address, phone > > number, and email address, etc.) and be > > submitted via email as a Microsoft Word attachment to email@example.com > . > All participants are required to register for the symposium. > > > Paper Submission Deadline: April 29, 2014 > > Panel Submission Deadline: April 29, 2014 > > > Contact: > > > Itibari M. Zulu, Th.D. > > Senior Editor,The > > Journal of Pan African Studies > > P.O. Box 20151 > > Phoenix, Arizona 85036-0151 > > E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Telephone: 602-316-3820 > > Facebook: The Pan African International > > > & > > > Dr. > > Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo FRC > > Research Success Consultants Pty Ltd > > Suite 73, Private Bag X5109 > > Mthatha 5099 > > Eastern Cape Province > > South Africa > > E-mail: email@example.com > > > > > > > > > Itibari M. Zulu, M.L.S., Th.D. > > > Senior Editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies; > > Vice President, The African Diaspora Foundation; > > Founding Member & Vice Chair, The Bennu Institute of Arizona > > > -- > > > > > > -- > > -- > > > > > -- > -- --