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  • Surveillance Team Member Questions a Family about a Potential Smallpox Case, Brazil. Courtesy of the World Health Organization

    Cooperation and global health

    August 4, 2016 by Farren Yero Throughout the last two weeks in the archive, the records I’ve encountered have challenged my understanding of what Cold War international health looked like at […]

     
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  • Gene Nichol, “Poverty, North Carolina and the American Flight From Equality”

    Gene Nichol, “Poverty, North Carolina and the American Flight From Equality”

    Gene Nichol is Boyd Tinsley distinguished professor of law and Director of the Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina. From 2005-2008, he was president […]

     
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  • Interview with Gene Nichol

    Interview with Gene Nichol

    This interview was conducted over email with Gene Nichol by Sarah Kerman, a freshman undergraduate student, majoring in Public Policy and working for the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin […]

     
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  • Interview with Catherine Flowers

    Interview with Catherine Flowers

    Catherine Coleman Flowers is the founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise Community Development Corporation (ACRE) and the Rural Development Manager for Equal Justice Initiative. This interview was conducted over email […]

     
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  • Robert Walker, “Do We Accept the Right to be Extremely Poor? Results from an Empirical Enquiry”

    Robert Walker, “Do We Accept the Right to be Extremely Poor? Results from an Empirical Enquiry”

    Robert Walker is currently a professor of Social Policy at the University of Oxford in England and an adviser to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty. His work examines the way in […]

     
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  • Interview with Robert Walker

    Interview with Robert Walker

    Robert Walker was interviewed over email by David Farrow, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina studying Public Policy and History and enrolled in a joint UNC-Duke course on […]

     
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