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Sarah Hill

Sarah Hill writes about Latin America, garbage and the economy of nature from Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she teaches anthropology and environmental studies at Western Michigan University.

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We already know how Brett Kavanaugh responds to human suffering.

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A tribute to one of the century’s great anthropologists and teachers.

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Travel to the island nation won’t be what you’re picturing.

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On vacationing in Vieques

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Protests against a new waste management system signals a turning point in Chinese environmentalism.

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Spain's Marinaleda appears to possess all the elements of a radical dream come true. Is it for real?

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From 2008 until 2011, Juárez was among the world’s most violent cities. 

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Neoliberalism and the war on drugs combine to ravage Juárez, Mexico, where traffickers, boosted by the economic effects of NAFTA, compete with security officials for control of the narcotics trade.

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