COVID-19 paints this stark picture for us. Our land has been here before. How we respond this time will be the test of our nation, our people, and our culture as it was last time.
Clearly, when people think who might be at high risk of complications from COVID-19, they do not think of me. Why would someone in their mid-thirties with no elders at home be worried about Coronavirus?
Every April since 2014, the poetry-writing challenge SingPoWriMo brings a Singapore-based Facebook Group to life with thousands of lines of poetry.
For the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon, COVID-19 is a radical threat, one which strikes at their worldview and mirrors the violence of predatory invaders.
In Colorado there is an intersection between what applied anthropologists and Rotarians are doing regarding the COVID-19 crisis.
The first data on the economic impact the COVID-19 virus is having on the cultural resource management (CRM) segment of the heritage industry are in. As might be expected, the results aren’t good.
In the use of money to maintain connection almost more than to maintain “an economy,” we might be able to discern a new ethics of exchange.