Long-standing interlocutors tell us about how the pandemic has affected local cultural practices and community life.
An heirloom bean club brings culinary community and diverse foodways to its legume lovers’ doors.
Contemporary credit and finance systems are ensnaring Mayas in Mexico and Guatemala in predatory practices that are being met by Mayas with forms of resistance that are both new and old.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities in access to education, posing particular challenges for maestra-mothers and their students in Oaxaca.
The three-day event of dialogues on multispecies entanglements covered topics ranging from cannibalism to Vladimir Nabokov’s interest in butterflies.
The Biosphere Reserve of El Pinacate in northwestern Mexico, sacred to the Tohono O’odham, is considered a paradise by biologists for its diversity of plant and animal life, and by geologists for its immense dunes and lava fields.
“Okay, let’s start the memes,” posted a member of a community Facebook page in the town of Playa del Carmen, shortly after the first presidential debate concluded. Within minutes, the comments section of the post filled with hilarious, insulting, insightful, and downright offensive memes making fun of the five (currently four) presidential candidates.