Soon after I arrived in Tono, I was struck by the realization that the immediate task at hand is to understand why legends were told and written in the first place.
This summer I traveled to Acadia National Park to explore the sounds of the wilderness. I was able to spend two weeks at a cabin on the west side of Mount Desert Island, the so-called quiet side.
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.