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On September 19, 2017, an earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale struck central Mexico. It came thirty-two years to the day after the 1985 More...

When is Justice Done?


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As part of our campus programming for the centennial of the Russian Revolution, a historian colleague and I have been teaching an undergraduate course More...

Teaching about Rape in Troubled Times


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In the fall of 2016, we taught an introductory undergraduate anthropology course titled “Culture, Gender, and Violence” at the University More...

Open Access, Open Minds


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There’s a couplet in the Tirukkural, the sixth-century Tamil ethical treatise from south India, which speaks beautifully to the philosophy of More...



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We think we know what injustice feels like. We can identify moments in our own lives that felt like oppression, like the refusal of freedom, like a More...