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27
Apr

The Shared History of AIDS and COVID-19

In the midst of the medical, economic, and psychological fight against COVID-19, it is prudent to examine past outbreaks of disease in order to gain a greater understanding of what may lie …

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19
Apr

Confinement’s Dimensionality

With one-third of the global population now under some form of lockdown or quarantine due to the spread of COVID-19, an unprecedented number of people are experiencing varying levels of isolation daily. …

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18
Feb

Introducing Global Perspectives

“We wish to provide spaces for works that do not fit easily into established disciplinary frameworks and that, precisely because of this, may harbor important new insights and innovative potential.”

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13
Feb

Public Health in the Time of Coronavirus

In recent weeks, headlines and broadcasts have been dominated by news surrounding the outbreak of a dreadful new strain of coronavirus, officially designated as COVID-19. Originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan …

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07
Jan

An Iranian Reading List

The opening hours of the new year—of the new decade—have been wrought worldwide by feelings of confusion, outrage, and a pervasive and tactile anxiety of escalating violence between the United States and …

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18
Dec

International Migrants Day

December 18th is International Migrants Day. Created by the United Nations, the day is observed “with the aim of creating more dialogues and interactions within countries and regions, as well as propelling …

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