Exploring the Soundscapes of America by Bicycle
In August 2015, I started apprenticing with Khet Chaikam (เกตุ ไชยคำ), a craftsman from the North of Thailand, to learn the craft of traditional musical instruments from Northern Thailand.
A three-month experiment in which I construct a teardrop trailer as I tow it across country
A kaleidoscope of culture and climate leads to an incredible variety in agriculture
Yale grad Greg Hindy walks 9,000 miles across the country in 1 year without speaking or using technology
Life off the road system, sometimes off the ferry system, and often off the electrical grid
The non-native genotype of Common Reed (Phragmites australis) that has become a major invader of brackish wetlands in the Chesapeake Bay region and elsewhere throughout North America
Kenyan Women’s Views on a Community’s Needs, Goals, and Potential
Humanists in a Holy Land; Indian Secularization as a Tool for Social Change
Helping to record a dying aboriginal language in One Arm Point, Australia
Yale junior Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins hopes that a mountain-climbing expedition he took over the winter break will put to rest a longstanding question about the world’s tallest volcano.
Conducting water-quality research around the city of Tamale
Study and photograph seabirds of Newfoundland
A film documentary about the life and craft of Dustin Coates, a legendary woodturner from Etna, New Hampshire
Civil society in Syria is vibrant, alive, and eminently prepared to investigate the complex issues facing women in Syrian society
Managing the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska in the Common Interest
The Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders in South Korea
Artistic response, by painting, to dinosaur digging and its landscape on a new tract in Wyoming.
Toward a Holistic Understanding of Malaria Prevention and Treatment in Mali.
A bird survey in the upland forests of Savai’i, Samoa
Travel and interviews defining ‘the pursuit of happiness
Improving communication about water issues and usages on the Kenya-Tanzania border.
Study on the experience of migration from the viewpoint of the Mexican side of the border.
Photographic essay on Bosnia after the War.
As difficult as such an intellectual endeavor may be, it is time to look at both sides of the Cuban coin, to work to eradicate the serious human rights abuses perpetrated by the Cuban government, while at the same time learning from the successes that same government has achieved.