MA and PhD candidate, Emory University
Jen is a dual degree student at Emory University, earning her Masters in global health and her PhD in medical anthropology. She is interested in the politics, processes, and culture of global health institutions. Currently, her focus is on disgust and shame in sanitation programming and policies in India.
Oh, shit! Mobile phones more common than toilets
There are more mobile phones than toilets in the world. But does this mean we have our priorities wrong? Here are five reasons why we can't compare sanitation with communication.Read on »
When the city is your urinal
Public urination is a frequent and visible occurrence in many cities across India. Measures to prevent it have had mixed success. But what exactly is the harm?Read on »