The European colonists’ fear of diseases like malaria left a lasting imprint on the design of African cities, such as the ‘Plateau’ districts of Brazzaville, Dakar and Abidjan.
Humility: A Global Health Professional’s Most Important Attribute
October 3, 2019
When I was 3, India opened up its economy, bringing in companies from around the world. Everything changed. As a baby, I had cloth diapers. My younger brother wore disposable diapers.
Colonialism's Fingerprints on Global Health
May 22, 2019
Global health faces a reckoning amid efforts to identify and correct colonialism’s legacy—which has shaped “who controls funding, who attends conferences, where they are held, how research teams are structured, and whose books are included in syllabi,” w