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Many global charities refrain from ‘poverty porn’ imagery to raise money...

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How commercialization over the centuries transformed the Day of the Dead

Mathew Sandoval, Arizona State University As a Mexican-American who celebrates Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the...

Tattoos have a long history going back to the ancient world...

Allison Hawn, Arizona State University While most of us would likely care to forget the pandemic as soon as...

Tattoos have a long history going back to the ancient world...

Allison Hawn, Arizona State University While most of us would likely care to forget the pandemic as soon as...

What is cultural appropriation, and how does it differ from cultural...

Joshua E. Kane, Arizona State University Fashion companies are increasingly being taken to task for selling expensive versions of...

How the shadow of slavery still hangs over global finance

Philip Roscoe, University of St Andrews When the infamous Zong trial began in 1783, it laid bare the toxic relationship between finance and slavery. It...

How India came to love cricket, favored sport of its colonial...

Lars Dzikus, University of Tennessee and Adam Love, University of Tennessee After emphasizing that “America loves India” during the “Namaste Trump” event, President Donald Trump...

How Columbus, of all people, became a national symbol

William Francis Keegan, University of Florida Christopher Columbus was a narcissist. He believed he was personally chosen by God for a mission that no one else...

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