Equality/Inequality

The New Pronatalism: Politics / Economics / Fertility / Care

4 April 2024

Restrictive policies around contraception and sexuality aim to increase the number of unplanned pregnancies, which will expand the near-term low-wage workforce of desperate parents.

Racial health inequalities in Brazil and the United States through history

4 April 2024

Health, disease and race interacted in a very particular way in the medical thinking of Brazil and the United States at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century. Comparing the two cases can help us to better understand how the history of a racialized medical science was organized.

Responding to Violence with Care

17 November 2023

How different might our society look if public safety could be reimagined as caring for people and communities?

Podcast: Undervaluing the Work of Care

7 November 2023

Check out this wide-ranging, international, and interdisciplinary discussion of the many reasons why care work is undervalued.