An anthropologist looks to Finland to argue that solutions must go far beyond reversing Trump’s policies.
Vincent Ialenti | Jun 22
Linguistic and cognitive anthropologist Stephen Chrisomalis reckons with numbers and the mind.
Philip Laughlin | Jun 21
In Jorge Luis Borges's story of barely 12 pages, the celebrated writer plays with the infinite in a context of vast labyrinths of memory and the consequences of having an unlimited capacity to remember.
Rodrigo Quian Quiroga | Jun 16
A survey of trepanation, or trephination, the oldest surgical procedure known to humanity.
Charles G. Gross | Jun 11
When it comes to behavior, genetics may play a larger role than you think.
Stanley Fields & Mark Johnston | Jun 8
To measure was to apprehend and be made accountable, and nowhere was this more resonant than in the identification and classification of criminals.
Jessica Helfand | May 5
Some health care providers, even those already vaccinated, have developed patient hesitancy and are reluctant to leave the comfort of telehealth.
Mikkael A. Sekeres | May 3
Experience is in unexpected places, including in all animals, large and small, and perhaps even in brute matter itself.
Christof Koch | Mar 15
What is it that makes individuals suffering from FAS sound like foreign speakers of their native language?
Roger Kreuz & Richard Roberts | Mar 2
By exploiting women, British companies gained all the benefits of powerful mainframes with little labor overhead — and no long-term commitment to their computing workforce.
Mar Hicks | Feb 8