Andrea Mazzarino

Andrea Mazzarino co-founded Brown University’s Costs of War Project. She is an activist and social worker interested in the health impacts of war. She has held various clinical, research, and advocacy positions, including at a Veterans Affairs PTSD Outpatient Clinic, with Human Rights Watch, and at a community mental health agency. She is the co-editor of the new book War and Health: The Medical Consequences of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Costs of War (to You)

Eyes Are Always on You: Life in the Post-9/11 Military

Who Authorized America’s Wars? And Why They Never End

Pandemic of Sexual Assault in the Military?

Making Sense of a Viral Military

Perspectives on the Storming of the Capitol from a Military Spouse

Indirect Deaths: The Massive and Unseen Costs of America’s Post-9/11 Wars

A Military Spouse’s Perspective on Bringing the Troops Home From Afghanistan and Iraq

How the War Came Home, Big Time

War Zone America? Perspectives on a Riven Nation from a Worried Military Spouse

The Military is Sick

The War Zone is America: a Military Spouse’s Perspective on Racism and Armed Violence in the United States

“The Shooters are Coming!” War on Terror, War on Education

Bearing Witness to the Costs of War