The U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan has had surprising effects on Afghan-American communities, especially in enclaves like Fremont, California.
As poverty and violence force Guatemalans to leave their country, one anthropologist reflects on her work with Indigenous peoples in the highlands—and shows how the U.S. is implicated in its own “migrant crisis.”
As new discoveries shake up the timeline of when people first came to the Americas, how do we decide what’s true?
How do our societies change in the face of apocalypse, and what can we do to ensure our survival?
Banana domestication began some 7,000 years ago, but researchers are only now piecing together the global journey of the beloved yellow fruit.
Coastlines around the world boast hints of ancient humans who gathered and traveled along the edges of the world, where land meets sea.