Guyana-born Historian Dr. Keith Wailoo named 2021 Dan David Prize winner

Dr. Keith Wailoo

From:  B. Rose Huber, Princeton University – School of Public and International Affairs

Feb. 15, 2021

Wailoo, the Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton, is being honored for his work in the history of health and medicine. He will share a $1 million prize with Alison Bashford of the University of South Wales and Katharine Park of Harvard University.       

“I am deeply honored to be a Dan David Prize laureate for my historical scholarship on health and medicine, particularly for developing new insights about the past that enrich current approaches to improving health and society. I’m grateful beyond words to be celebrated among this magnificent group of laureates,” said Wailoo.

READ MORE: https://www.princeton.edu/news/2021/02/15/wailoo-named-2021-dan-david-prize-winner

VIEW: The Announcement of the 2021 Dan David Prize Laureates – YouTube

Keith Wailoo, Ph.D.

Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs
Department of History
School of Public and International Affairs

Princeton University

President (2020-22), American Association for the History of Medicine

www.keithwailoo.com

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