When we our struggling – as individuals or as a society – a dose of therapy delivered through the medium of cinema can do wonders.
In the face of a global health crisis, the Secoya – an Indigenous peoples living in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon – have turned to the Amazon rainforest for help.
The pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the Indigenous peoples of the Americas. As a result, unique cultures and languages are dying out.
Philosopher and political scientist Leszek Koczanowicz talks about the different aspects of societal fear and anxiety, and how this is connected with Sherlock Holmes.
After a year of the pandemic, how might we change our travel and tourism habits going forward? Is this even possible in the face of gentrification?
The pandemic has taken an especially heavy toll on those with mental health conditions. Is it possible to find a solution to isolation within the online sphere of the internet?
The pandemic has been difficult for many, especially when marital problems arise. A writer retells the story of one of his friends.
The bubonic plague ravaged the world for centuries, killing up to 200 million people.
As the pandemic continues, one of our contributors imagines a future in which social isolation, lockdown and climate change have all become the new normal.
With the pandemic well underway, one of our readers has found – to her pleasant surprise – that her daily routine has adapted around that of her cat.