Indigenous people in the U.S. are increasingly challenging widespread stereotypes as well as the practice of cultural appropriation.
We live our lives filled with wild contradictions. An anthropologist argues that it’s good we do.
Dictionaries are typically viewed as being value-neutral. But they are just as steeped in culture and prejudice as the rest of the world—and they have the power to shape what we see as “normal.”
The everyday discrimination against black people in the United States bears frightening similarities to the suppression of Tamils in Sri Lanka.
A Trump presidency would mean the end of diplomacy as we know it.
The discovery of the world’s oldest ground-edge ax in Australia exposes our faulty assumptions about race, place, and human evolution.