How long have we been burying the dead? And why is it so haunting when we can’t set those who have passed to rest?
Whether trick-or-treating in the United States or costume play celebrations in Japan, Allhallows Eve has taken many forms as its traditions travel the world.
An ancient Arctic site suggests a complex relationship between humans and dogs.
Some people are turning their backs on traditional banks in favor of cryptocurrencies. Beneath the financial and technological conversations surrounding this shift is a story about how trust shapes the culture of money.
Embalming is just one among the world’s wide variety of funeral practices, and in a sense it’s as ordinary as any other. Then again, it’s pretty strange.
An ancient interment site in Russia challenges us to rethink how Paleolithic humans in Europe treated their dead and organized their societies.