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Why do religion and science often appear in conflict in America’s public sphere? The more fundamental . . .
On this episode, we chat with friend of the show Ann Duncan about the . . .
The distinctions that we pose between ourselves and others, such as white and black, end . . .
Nineteenth-century anthropological research on Native Americans communities still shapes how we understand them today. Kristian . . .
In this month’s episode we talk with Frances Flannery, co-editor of the forthcoming book, The . . .
We live in a “War on Terror” culture, which ascribes a malevolent aspect to all things . . .
In Afro-Caribbean traditions, kitchen work is not merely a mundane activity. Cooking for the orishas . . .
The construction of modern Hindu and Indian identities can be traced through the contestations over . . .
Alyssa Rosenberg of the Washington Post talks to us about the political and religious messages . . .