In the Time of #MeToo, Protections for Survivors Still At Risk

Graff A. In the time of #MeToo, protections for survivors still at risk. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. As Dr. Christine Blasey Ford faced hostility from the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, another pivotal piece of women’s rights was under attack: the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) expired, with little indication […]

Bioterrorism, Public Health and Civil Liberties

Bonino S. Bioterrorism, public health and civil liberties. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;21. Abstract While the risk posed by biological agents is not new, the particular emphasis that governments seem to place on bioterrorist threats is paradigmatic of the anxieties that are a feature of risk societies in late modernity. After providing an outline of […]