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National School of Anthropology and History

National School of Anthropology and History (in Spanish: Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, ENAH) is a Mexican Institution of higher education founded in 1938 and a prominent center for the study of Anthropology and History in the Americas. It is part of Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and offers bachelor’s and postgraduate degrees in Anthropology and its disciplines: Linguistics, Social Anthropology, Ethnology, Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, Ethnohistory and History.


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Kenyans take to the streets in the capital, Nairobi, to call for peaceful August 2022 elections. Luis Tato/AFP via Getty Images

Kenya’s election red flags in five essential reads

Patronage politics, a history of violent conflict and high-stakes elections increase the risks of poll violence in Kenya.


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