Cover of Fevers, Feuds and Diamonds by Paul Farmer and Photograph of Paul Farmer
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The 2014 epidemic was rooted in centuries of exploitation and war, Paul Farmer argues.
Anonymized location data can help guide strategies for protecting public health in a pandemic.
Photograph by Steph Stevens
How apocalyptic narratives help make sense of the modern world
Wildfires in California are one example of climate-change damages happening now.
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Coming to terms with climate change’s relentless, long-term fallout
Fulani herders gather in June 2019 at a cattle market in the Sahel region of Africa. Rising temperatures are making life harder in this semi-arid region, driving inhabitants to cities.
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In a June 1937 photo, Karl Puchner posed with his wife and son Günter—and a tiny swastika button, which his younger son discovered years later by using a magnifying glass.
Photograph courtesy of Martin Puchner
A German American scholar is unsettled by an ancestor’s secret.
Jones at work in the offices of the West Indian Gazette in Brixton, South London, in 1962
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Brief life of an intersectional activist: 1915-1964
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