Linguistic clues show how people around the world first developed mathematical thought.
Britons living in France are obsessed with how well integrated they are.
A few years ago, a folklorist started gathering data on the creative ways graduates were embellishing their caps. From student debt to immigration, some themes quickly emerged.
Littering in protest is indicative of a discordant society, and a culture of littering can tell us a lot about a society's ethos.
Museums in 2018 explore where technology fits in our culture, and examine the relationship between audiences and objects.
Is noise the real monster? Or is it our own intolerance of unwanted sounds?
Some leadership attributes, like being trustworthy or encouraging, are viewed the same way in all cultures but there are other traits that only spell leadership to people of Anglo-Celtic backgrounds.
Opera goers are high multiplier voters. Win them over and you might get a few more supporters along the way.
Corporates are willing to embrace corporate social responsibility initiatives. But many fail due to cultural insensitivity and misplaced communication strategies.
New research suggests that hints left in Creole languages can identify where the original speakers came from – even hundreds of years after they migrated and mixed together.
It was long thought that humans everywhere favor pointing with the index finger. But some fieldwork out of Papua New Guinea identified a group of people who prefer to scrunch their noses.
To ensure the success of global trade, we need to understand and make allowances for cultural differences in trust.
Le Guin's father, Alfred Kroeber, was at a forefront of a movement that rejected social Darwinism and cultural superiority. In his daughter's fiction, we see these ideas come to life.
A voyage through the Arctic inspires a composer to create music that expresses wonder, loss, discovery and culture.
Keorapetse Kgositsile was made South Africa’s national poet laureate in 2006, the only person to have been given the honour.
What time looks like in different cultures.
Johnny Hallyday was more than a music icon, he was a cultural symbol for the French lower and the middle classes. In his death he reconciled the country with the term popular culture.
Ticket touting is bad for fans and it's bad for the industry, but should reselling tickets be a criminal offence?
The cost of money due for this (from Europe) is tiny -- the symbolic impact, huge.
The myth of the lone genius, hero scientist is dangerous for science and society. Here's how to fix it.