In the World

Amahl Bishara
January 24, 2012 Large Image
The Palestinians are split not just by politics and geography, but by their own cultures, too, according to a Tufts anthropologist

The apricots that grow outside Bethlehem are rosy-golden, tiny and sweet. During their brief early summer season, they can be found at produce...

John Saunders
January 23, 2012 Large Image
The Nazis ripped away everything that was dear to him, but John Saunders, D52, was determined to write his own ending to his story

John Saunders, D52, ran a successful prosthodontics practice in downtown Boston for 35 years. His patients were, by his own estimate, the top of...

coffee beans
January 11, 2012 Large Image
Will the movement’s push into the mainstream help more farmers in developing countries, or leave them behind?

In September, Virginia Berman, N96, went to Honduras to visit a group of coffee farmers she had worked with 20 years ago, when she...

December 20, 2011
Eric Miller’s Research Has Improved Medical Imaging and Environmental Remediation

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. – Eric Miller, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the School of Engineering at Tufts University...

Kim Jong Il at a fruit farm in North Korea
December 19, 2011 Large Image
Fletcher Dean Stephen Bosworth, former U.S. special representative for North Korea policy, considers the implications of Kim Jong Il’s death

The death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il on Dec. 17 raises questions about that country’s future and its relationships with its neighbors...