Edna Bonhomme is a historian of science, writer, and interdisciplinary artist who holds a PhD in the History of Science from Princeton University and a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University. She has written critical essays on contagion, epidemics, and inequalities for Al Jazeera, The Atlantic, The Baffler, Der Freitag, The Nation, The New Republic, and more. Edna lives in Berlin, Germany. Follow her on Twitter at jacobinoire.
Articles by Edna Bonhomme