FW: PBS’s : Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria

Hello SAN Colleagues, =

FYI, but especially fo=
r those of you who may use the documentary for your courses…please se=
e the below posting from SAN member Adina Nack. This is a terrific piece to=
spark some critical dialogue with your students
on the topic.  Best, CF


From: Nack, Ad=
ina [mailto:nack@callutheran.edu]

Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 10:20 PM
To: Foote, Carrie Elizabeth; SAN-L@list.iupui.edu
Subject: RE: PBS’s : Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria


Carrie — your email inspired me to watch the documentary today and make i=
t the focus of my monthly column:




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Adina Nack, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Sociology
Director, Center for Equality and Justice |
California Lutheran University
60 W. Olsen Road, #3800
Thousand Oaks, CA   91360
Office: (805) 493-3438

Senior Research Fellow, Council on Contemporary Families |


From: Foote, Carrie Elizabeth [foo=
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 10:17 AM
To: SAN-L@list.iupui.edu=

Subject: PBS’s : Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria

For those of us who te=
ach med soc courses…looks like an excellent documentary. — CF




In this program, CDC&#82=
17;s Dr. Arjun Srinivasan says “We’ve reached the end of antibi=
otics, period.” There are huge consequences for this – that we =
are seeing NOW. And it is poised to only get worse. Be afraid.





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