How you tell the story of a momentous event can help you make sense of what happened. Research finds new moms’ and dads’ narratives around childbirth held clues about their transition to parenthood.
Africa has been relatively peaceful in terms of inter-state violent conflicts.
Throughout their history, tattoos have helped bind together out-groups.
Beyond the glamour and fan adulation, African footballers in Europe struggle with adjusting to a new environment.
As the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, a scholar probes questions of identity in the American game. Is Mexico really the US’s ‘other team’?
Geographic, cultural and political identity are all part of being Indigenous.
Students are less likely to think they can be good at both math and reading as they get closer to high school.
Challenging Indigenous identity fraud in academia must name and focus explicitly on structures of whiteness, white entitlement and settler colonialism so we don’t recreate the harms of past policies.
This book succeeds well in describing and criticising, through many examples, how whiteness works.
Presley never wrote a memoir. Nor did he keep a diary. His music could have been a window into his inner life, but he didn’t even write his songs.
The Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive and Lesbian Oral History Project focus on gathering stories from the generation that began using the term lesbian, and those who still can’t.
What if cultivating your authentic self doesn’t involve self-reflection, but instead means focusing on what feels good and natural?
Indigenous Nations have always maintained their citizenship orders. They have always retained the right to determine who does and does not belong. We know who we are.
There is more to ethnic identity than ancestral location or settlement pattern, language or family history.
My family is Mauritian, but when I take a DNA test, Mauritian didn’t even rank as an ethnicity. It can’t. Everyone from Mauritius is from somewhere else, or from many places at the same time.
By scrapping the requirement, the Indonesian government can improve equality of access to basic services and protections that are sorely needed now and in the post-pandemic future.
The book reveals an insidious, unthinking form of racial hierarchy.
Trips to their home countries by migrant youth help them create and update their relationship with the countries their families come from.
Republicans are four times as likely as Democrats to say they’re not going to get the COVID-19 vaccine. What’s behind the polarization of who trusts or denies science?
A new book explores physical culture in a social and historical context, focusing on colonial settings.