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March 26, 2019

 In the wake of Harvey Weinstein, #MeToo and the fight for pay equality, more and more people are recognizing and discussing sexism as the deeply prevalent issue it is. But for many, this issue is one they’ve experienced, investigated, and studied for years. Kelly J. B...

March 22, 2019

Faith Eidse is a natural-born storyteller; spend just a few minutes in conversation with her and you’ll notice it, too. But what makes her even more special is the profound love and respect she has for the art of storytelling and the anthropological value of stories—th...

March 19, 2019

Cuba is a land that pulls you in, even if you’ve never been. Stories about the island’s culture blur fact and fiction; almost anything can be imagined without seeming too fantastic. All you need is somewhere to start.

For Frank Foster, that starting point was growing up...

March 6, 2019

“People could probably find it listed under “primatology,” but it’s really a memoir that happens to have gorillas in it…”

John Fowler’s description of his book’s categorization is delivered wryly; he knows most people don’t go looking for exciting primatology reads. He’...

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