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09
Apr

Controlling Typhoid Mary

As the billions of people around the global under shelter in place orders are discovering, public health has significant power to restrict our liberty in times of crisis. But what are the …

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08
Apr

Call for Papers: COVID-19 and the Anthropocene

The global coronavirus pandemic has already affected most of the planet in innumerable ways. Beyond its devastating human health toll, we are witnessing atmospheric, resource use, ecological, cultural, economic, and political consequences materializing in many places and at a scale that is unprecedented and difficult to grasp.

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08
Mar

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

Originally proposed during one of the first International Socialist Women’s Conferences in 1910, International Women’s Day was first celebrated on March 19th, 1911. Later moved to be celebrated on March 8th, International …

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