Tag: cultural history

Seeking Urban Metabolisms through Archaeology by Sarah Hayes

The metabolism of a city is perhaps nowhere more apparent than in its archaeology. Decades of excavations triggered by cultural heritage management legislation in Melbourne, Australia reveal a…

PrEP at the After/Party: The ‘Post-AIDS’ Politics of Frank Ocean’s “PrEP+” by Benjamin Weil

Introduction HIV/AIDS prevention efforts have taken many forms, ranging from pop-up stalls at LGBTQ+ Pride parades to circuit parties at popular queer venues. In this essay, we examine…

The Nazca Culture

    The south coast of Peru is home to one of the more famous ancient South American archaeological cultures, the Nazca/Nasca. The reason it's such a celebrated tradition…