Erin Parish is an anthropologist whose work focuses on the physicality of memory and the psychology of place, specifically in post-conflict reconstruction and the return of internally displaced people to their homes in Colombia. She has a PhD in Cultural Anthropology and an MA in History from Duke University, an MPhil in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation Studies from Trinity College Dublin, and a BA in International Relations from the University of Georgia. Find her on Twitter.
Drawing from the work of “Mapping Inequality,” a ProPublica investigative report published earlier this month uncovered a phenomenon similar to redlining in the car insurance industry today. The report found insurers charged premiums […]