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Beyond Relativism: Why should we care about human rights in today’s world?
“The nation-state creates its own borders and defines its identity by who it excludes”. An anthropological perspective on the refugee crisis.
Marco Rossi’s article sheds light on the relationship between folklore and resistance in China.
Eric Leung is introducing us to the complexities of the Chinese language and the effects that they have on the wider formation of society.
A comic illustration of a morning stroll at the zoo
Abracadabra! A study about the social functions of witchcraft among the Azande of South Sudan and the evil eye in Greece.