In some of Australia and New Zealand’s Indigenous communities, shamans are able to successfully will death on others – as long as the target believes in such ‘spells’.
Lake Titicaca sits in the Andes, on the border of Peru and Bolivia. What significance does it hold for the Indigenous people who live on the lake?
Evo Morales rode a wave of popular support when he became the first Indigenous president of Bolivia in 2006. A decade later, his popularity is waning.
The Neolithic revolution brought with it the advent of agriculture. What exactly did this entail and who should we thank for it?
Three teenage girls from the Indigenous communities of the Americas are raising environmental awareness all around the world.
Lacrosse is North America’s oldest sport, practised by the various Native American peoples long before the Europeans colonized their land – and the game.
For some Native American peoples, the tipi was historically an important home – durable and easy to construct.
In the future, people and dogs walk on water. This short story by an award-winning American novelist is the story of a certain beginning.
Long marginalized as ‘primitive art’, the art of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia is slowly but surely gaining global recognition.