Stories shared by diverse oppressed peoples of the Andes during Spanish colonialism gave witness to their suffering and helped to unite them in the face of exploitation.
A Georgia State anthropologist explores what motivated rescuers during the Rwandan genocide—and what their stories reveal about courage and selflessness in the midst of total destruction.
Viral fake-news stories like Pizzagate are having a surprisingly significant influence, and they are only going to proliferate.
The everyday discrimination against black people in the United States bears frightening similarities to the suppression of Tamils in Sri Lanka.
Mobile phones and social media can help create a better society. They can also be used to surveil, deceive, threaten, and incite violence.
From Palmyra in Syria to Timbuktu in Mali, a wave of destruction has erased monuments to humanity’s past. Does their loss really matter?