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Scholars increasingly view the arts, creativity, and the creative economy as engines for regenerating global citizenship, renewing decayed local economies, and nurturing a new type of all-inclusive politics. Dia Da Costa delves into the global development, nationalist and leftist/progressive histories … Continue reading

Fifty years after the widespread release of the birth control pill, family planning remains a political and social hot potato. The future scrum for the White House will no doubt offer condemnations of Planned Parenthood and promises of a woman’s … Continue reading

Based on extensive field research in India and Pakistan, Richard K. Wolf’s The Voice in the Drum is a unique examination of ¬†how drumming and voices interconnect over vast areas of South Asia and considers what it means for instruments … Continue reading