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The Art of Cultural Cinema
It's not often that an anthropologist is celebrated on a U.S. postage stamp, but this is the case with Margaret Mead, an interdisciplinary scholar and well known cultural anthropologist, who was a pioneer in fieldwork involving photographs, films, and psychological testing.Read More >







Perpetuating the Species


The Many Faces of L.A.


How to Improve College Athletics: Offer a Two-Year Degree


Who is My Neighbor?


Ethiopian Girls: An Interview with Tina Hale


The Art of Cultural Cinema


Why Understanding Native American Religion is Important for Resolving the Dakota Access Pipeline Crisis


How to Ensure Smart Cities Benefit Everyone


Reshaping Sculpture: An Interview with Nora Schultz


These Are the Stories of Teachers Who Resist Violence in Northern Paraguay


















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