anthropology

Pilar: Little Explorer, Big World

Since my daughter Pilar was born three years ago, I became a different human being. It’s been a dream of mine to develop a series of books that will inspire and educate children, with a special emphasis on empowering ...

Ensorcelled: Sorcery Meets Industry in Papua New Guinea

Riding on the tailgate of a two-seater truck as it rattled over bone-shaking potholes and pits of mud, Jacob leaned over and told me a local sorcerer was currently trying to kill him. I wiped a fly off my nose ...

National Geographic Society Unveils 2016 Class of Emerging Explorers: 13 Pioneers Represent Next Generation of Scientists and Visionaries Pushing the Boundaries of Discovery and Global Exploration

Today, the National Geographic Society announced its 2016 class of Emerging Explorers, a group of 13 inspiring individuals from around the globe whose unconventional thinking and innovations are changing the world for the better. The Emerging Explorers Program recognizes and supports uniquely ...

The Surprising Power of “Sentiment” in International Work

In a place where population growth is moving incredibly fast, added pressure on farmers in India in the wake of crushing debt and failed crops calls for a new agricultural approach. Genetic modification and organic farming present promising solutions. Young ...