Nat Geo’s Mea Culpa
March 14, 2018
National Geographic’s April issue is dedicated to race and, in sweeping acknowledgement of the magazine’s problematic history of reporting on persons of color, the editorial staff enlisted a historian to examine some of the more abhorrent stories from Na
False Distinctions Between International Health and Global Health
November 2, 2017
Over the past 2 decades, the growth in popularity of the term “global health” has been accompanied by various efforts to distinguish it from “international health.” As a result, many misconceptions about the meaning of both terms have cropped up.