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12
Apr

Breaking the Cycle of Health Crises

By Martin Halliwell, author of American Health Crisis: One Hundred Years of Panic, Planning, and Politics This guest post is part of our #OAH2021 conference series. Visit our virtual exhibit to learn more and …

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01
Dec

From Constantinople to the COVID-Era: Why Rituals Matter

By Rebecca Stephens Falcasantos, author of Constantinople: Ritual, Violence, and Memory in the Making of a Christian Imperial Capital Ritualized occasions—holy days and holidays, funerals and weddings, graduations and retirements, conferences, protests, …

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29
Oct

Post-pandemic Will the Poor Get Poorer?

Anirudh Krishna’s essay “The Poorest After the Pandemic” is featured in Current History’s November special issue on the pandemic’s global ramifications. Krishna is the Edgar T. Thompson Professor of Public Policy and …

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