How Traditional Knowledge Opens Nature’s Medicine Cabinet
Under the clear, moonlit sky of Friday, July 13, 2018, Elide Sanchez Rivera steps into her own star—a large, white symbol chalked into the...
African Art in Western Museums: It is Patrimony, not Heritage
Museums with colonial-era collections have always known about the brutal parts of their biographies. But, through acts of purification via historical distance, they have...
Citizens Cross Borders; Welfare Policies Should Too
Dr. Peggy Levitt, Chair of Sociology at Wellesley College and Senior Research Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, talked to UA Magazine...
Turn Your Back to Xenophobia and Populism Will Flourish – World Report 2018
The Human Rights Watch released the World Report 2018, the annual overview of human rights practices around the globe from late 2016 to November 2017.
Tell Me Who Your Friends Are And I’ll Tell You Who You Are
Our social connections help us to thrive in a community. But if we only bond with people like us, what happens to the groups who already start off with a social disadvantage?
Everyday Life in a Sex Tourism Town
What is it like to live in an international sex tourism town?
Trauma and Cultural Identity of Refugees
Culturally sensitive diagnosis enhances the mental health diagnosis of refugees and migrants.
The Real Wonder Drug: How Aspirin Came into Being
For decades, a Jewish scientist was erased from the history of Aspirin. The discovery of the most popular painkiller in the world is full of controversies.
Busyness around the Business
A cross-national comparative research on the work-life balance of self-employed workers.
A Good Night’s Sleep Might Set You Free From a Troublesome Relationship
The link between quality of sleep and marital satisfaction is bi-directional. A study published in Sleep Medicine Reviews in 2007 revealed that the quality of people’s...