Both Israelis and Palestinians are accusing each other of genocide. In this episode of The Conversation Weekly podcast, we speak to a genocide expert on the legal definition of the term.
Subvertising campaigns are often funny, but they also aim to make a wider point about the unsustainable excesses of consumerism. Listen to The Conversation Weekly.
From the frontline battle against antibiotic resistance in Nigeria, to the techniques being used to find new antibiotics. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
In this episode of The Conversation Weekly, we hear about the importance of Marrakech’s old medina to Islamic heritage and what’s happening to its network of traditional artisans.
A changing climate, humans and fire were a deadly combination for the big animals that used to roam southern California. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
An interview with a Syrian architect about domicide: the deliberate destruction of homes during war. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Louis Brus, one of the newest Nobel laureates in chemistry, speaks to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
What could the extinction of Neanderthals tell us about our own species? An archaeologist explains in The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Plus a view on the Voice referendum from Canada. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
In this episode of The Conversation Weekly, we hear from the scientists behind a new malaria vaccine developed by the University of Oxford.
Spain is the egg donation capital of Europe. We hear what is driving women to donate in this episode of The Conversation Weekly podcast.
The final part of Inside the Oslo Accords, a special series for The Conversation Weekly podcast, marking 30 years since the signing of the Oslo accords.
In part 2 of Inside the Oslo Accords, a podcast series from The Conversation Weekly, Hanan Ashrawi and Yossi Beilin talk about what happened after the initial declaration of principles was signed.
Part 1 of Inside the Oslo Accords, a three-part podcast series from The Conversation Weekly, marking the 30th anniversary of a key moment in the Israel-Palestine peace process.
Jurassic Park was a technological breakthrough for film because of its use of CGI. It also revived an interest in paleontology and raised ethical questions about DNA use.
In the past two decades, technology has allowed scientists to learn so much more about the human body and its microbiomes. These discoveries may pave the way to new therapies.
Immigrant chefs and cuisines are often constrained by Eurocentric definitions of what constitutes good food. As immigrant groups become more assimilated into US culture, so does their food.
Why your understanding of who migrates (and why) might be wrong.
From the Arab Spring to the Belarus Awakening and the ongoing Iranian protest Women, Life, Freedom, female-centered imagery and social media are battlegrounds of resistance and oppression.
People across Latin America are demanding greater political participation. Some countries, including Colombia and Chile, have responded by involving citizens in the making of their constitutions.