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How burying my father made me believe in anthropology

How burying my father made me believe in anthropology

Cultural differences can be shocking, especially when they involve death. When her father died suddenly in the Philippines, Henrietta Chico Nofre struggled to deal with local practices involving the body. She turned to anthropology to help her cope with the trauma and understand cultural differences, rather than judge them.Read on »


The boss knows everything

The boss knows everything

How do different companies think about innovation? How do they implement it? Joan Vinyets interviewed companies in Spain, Mexico, and Colombia. He found that while companies believe innovation is important, they practice it in very different ways.Read on »

Military heritage in the trenches

Military heritage in the trenches

Wherever there are wars, material heritage is left behind. Objects discarded or lost in battle can lie dormant for years, centuries, and sometimes even millennia. A photo essay from the Polish woodlands.Read on »