SOURCE: The Atlantic
A new book asks whether microbes have been bending the narrative arc of history all along.
SOURCE: New York Times
Medical and Science Historians Allan Brandt, Jeremy Greene, Frank Snowden and Jonathan Moreno argue that we are unlikely to experience any clear end of the COVID pandemic.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Joel Christensen
Zeus observes in Homer’s “Odyssey,” as I’ve translated it, “Humans are always blaming the gods for their suffering / but they experience pain beyond their fate because of their own recklessness.”
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