Matsigenka People of Peru
The Matsigenka People of Peru would not have a homeland if ecologists had their way.
Conservation Goddess or Real Gardener?
I have a friend that I consider a Conservation Goddess–she is a real gardener! Most of my women friends are involved in some kind of gardening
Rape in 1611
Self-Portrait of Artemisia Gentileschi
Self-portrait of Artemisia Gentileschi, Baroque Period Artist in Italy
Rape in 1611 was a crime committed upon a teenaged female art stud
Open culture is truly about cultural understanding. There are many places “out there” to research and study culture.
Nobody Likes a Liar
Nobody likes a liar. This has been born out by science. So how do we know who is telling a lie and who is not? It actually depends on culture.
Stockings Target is about women. It is about how women became a Stockings Target.
Porridge Pots reminds us of the 1760’s English nursery rhyme we first heard on our mother’s lap that went something like this: “Peas porridge hot, peas porr
I had never thought of going on a pilgrimage until I read an article in the current National Geographic magazine where the author describes his cultural pilgrimage.
We Are One
We are many, yet We Are One. Many people of different cultures live on the earth, this we know.
Wayfinding is a word unfamiliar to many people. As a Museum Curator and Director, I was involved in creating more appropriate wayfinding paths for visitors.