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        Julie Livingston, Public Health Historian and Anthropologist | MacArthur Fellows Program

        In this interview, 2013 MacArthur Fellow Julie Livingston explains the role of a medical historian and talks about her work examining the care and treatment of individuals suffering from chronic illnesses and debilitating ailments in Botswana. Drawing on her training in anthropology and public health, Livingston expands the historical narrative by including the emotional and social impact of illness and care on populations facing the challenges of twenty-first-century political and economic development. This resource is part of the MacArthur Fellows Program Collection.


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