RESEARCH

DIAGRAMMING ADDICTION 

Our work reveals that addiction is more than a "cycle," which connotes a closed loop beginning and ending with the individual. Rather, it is a labyrinth, with systems and flows that overlap, intersect, misalign, and often fail. Click a category below to learn more.

 

ILLEGAL TRADE 

The history, landscapes, and infrastructures of opium and opioids

 

HEALTHCARE

National, regional, and local conditions

Case Study: Lowell, Massachusetts

Case Study: Manchester, New Hampshire

Case Study: Hospitals in Kentucky and West Virginia

PHARMACEUTICALS

Lobbying, products, and prescriptions 

 
 

ENVIRONMENT & ECONOMY

National, regional, and local conditions

Case Study: Majestic, Kentucky

Case Study: Manufacturing in New England

Case Study: Quarries and Forests in New England

 

LOCAL INSTITUTIONS

Three Counties in Appalachia

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