The omnipresent threat of death has rearranged and redefined social life in the city of Diyarbakır, whose UNESCO World Heritage Sur district has been destroyed during a three month long “cleansing operation.” Hazal Dolek gives a psychosocial profile of life in the city.
African American women are four times more likely to die from causes related to pregnancy. Where is their voice in the health care debates? Adriana Gallardo talks to survivors.
Our publisher muses over six years of running Seattle’s finest commons-based journal.
Silvia Swinden explores the anthropology of work and urbanization, and suggests that a universal basic income might address a long-standing disconnect.