Early April snippets

I am currently sitting in the Detroit airport, on my way to New Orleans for the annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), where I will be presenting a paper on collective bargaining and institutional culture in the Canadian foreign service, co-written with a former research assistant. It has been a hectic few … Continue reading Early April snippets

Opioids in New Hampshire and beyond

Last week, the New York Times ran a piece about a family in New Hampshire and their struggle with their adult son's opioid addiction. Based on almost a year's worth of interviews and other interactions with the family, the piece details the crippling impacts of drug addition for individuals, families, and communities, and, along with … Continue reading Opioids in New Hampshire and beyond