“Researchers debate whether grandiosity always masks vulnerability.”
“Scientists are abandoning conventional thinking to search for extraterrestrial creatures that bear little resemblance to Earthlings.”
“For leopards to survive, we must learn to live with them.”
This week, we’re sharing stories from Diana Moskovitz, Kathryn Ivey, Katherine Laidlaw, Chris Colin, and Josh Dzieza.
The Institute for Sexual Research in Berlin would be a century old if it hadn’t fallen victim to Nazi ideology.
Ferments are found in every culture and cuisine on earth, and the history of their production is deeply interwoven with our own.
“Forensics pioneer and miniaturist Frances Glessner Lee crafted tiny dioramas in the 1940s to teach investigators to search for clues and assess a scene.”
The muted response to Todd Haynes’s “Dark Waters” is depressingly similar to our culture’s muted response to climate change
An excerpt from issue 134 of The Atavist Magazine.
If the most financially and critically successful artists don’t feel successful, maybe there’s something wrong with how we think about success.