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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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19
Nov

Who Deserves “Victimhood”?

This post is published in conjunction with the American Anthropological Association conference in Vancouver, Canada. Check for other posts from the conference.#AAACASCA By Rebecca J. Lester, author of Famished: Eating Disorders and Failed Care in America …

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16
Oct

On Lunch Shaming

As California joins other states in seeking to end lunch shaming through legislation, the conversation turns importantly towards a national solution. Jennifer E. Gaddis’s timely new book, The Labor of Lunch: Why …

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15
May

On America’s History with Abortion

It is with shadowed hearts that we reflect on today’s news. Crowning a series of virulent anti-abortion bills passed by state legislatures and signed into law by state governors, Alabama has passed …

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