George Makari

Author; Historian and Professor of Psychiatry; Director, De Witt Wallace Institute for the History of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medicine

Historian and Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the De Witt Wallace Institute for the History of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine. Author of Of Fear and Strangers: A History of Xenophobia,

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Historian George Makari explains xenophobia, likening it to a strong emotion. He says some people “fall in hate, the way the rest of us fall in love.”

How war fuels racism, fear, and xenophobia

Historian George Makari explains xenophobia, likening it to a strong emotion. He says some people “fall in hate, the way the rest of us fall in love.”

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