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A Letter From COVID-19

[no-caption] Beastfromeast/Getty Images In June 2020, I published a “Letter From COVID-19” in the Italian newspaper la Repubblica. At the time of …


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#BookReview: Terraformed

Terraformed by Joy White aims at making sense and contextualising  the vulnerability and inequality experienced by the Afrodiasporic population of the UK. …


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What Dog Breeds Say About Race

In the Philippines, the most sought-after dogs are those that have a breed—and preferably a certificate that proves their provenance. Be it …


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Black and Indigenous Futures

In this final webinar of the series, archaeologists, artists, and cultural theorists turn to questions of what’s next in the struggle for …


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Heart of Stone

“The world is thus ‘animate.’ ‘We’ are not the only kind of we. The world is also ‘enchanted.’” —Eduardo Kohn, How Forests Think: Toward …


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A Radical Recentering of Dignity

A protestor in 2020 in Santiago waves the Chilean flag. Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images In an interview during October of 2019, Chilean President …


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The Power of Images

[no-caption] FG Trade/Getty Images The headlines and powerful prose of the anthropologists and journalists who write for SAPIENS draw our readers in …


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Quantum Arms Race

A lot has been said and written about the impending unleashing of quantum technology in the world. Whereas many sing paeans to …


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