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Acts of Occlusion

Occlusion is a term that describes a technique of erasure. Here, I show how occlusion works specifically in International Development discourses to …


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Middle Ground

[no caption] Clelia Michelini/Getty Images “Middle Ground” is part of the collection Lead Me to Life: Voices of the African Diaspora. Read …


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Are We So Different?

“Are We So Different?” is part of the collection Lead Me to Life: Voices of the African Diaspora. Read the introduction to …


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Elder

[no-caption] Pixabay/Pexels “Elder” is part of the collection Lead Me to Life: Voices of the African Diaspora. Read the introduction to the …


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Will Bog Archaeology Fade Away?

Archaeologists excavate a bog in Hatfield Moors, England, to uncover Late Stone Age structures. Henry Chapman In the southernmost tip of Sweden, …


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Matrilines

If you missed the introduction to “Matrilines,” you can find it here. Where are the women in this story, Emaq? Only birds …


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Matryoshka Song

If you missed the introduction to “Matryoshka Song,” you can find it here. I put an awl case on my belt around …


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Dressing Fish

[no-caption] Abigail Chabitnoy As an Indigenous poet with background studies in anthropology, the more I have reconnected with my culture through poetics, …


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The Evolution of Throwing

United States Olympic athlete Kara Winger competes in the women’s javelin throw in 2019. Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty Images With the Tokyo Olympics on …


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Who is the Nesher Ramla Homo?

This article was originally published at The Conversation and has been republished under Creative Commons. An international group of archaeologists has discovered …


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