The Modern
Protagonist
Issue

Peeps is a showcase of the kind of the understandings we can have of the world around us when the storytellers we listen to ask deeper questions about the people, the communities and the contexts they write about. Our articles let our readers look for different answers and more deeply-informed encounters with others. Editorial

Winning and Losing in Modern China

Shakespeares in the Ghetto

Medellín, The Smart City

The Human Element at Microsoft

A Storied Commute

Beyond the Disease

Insights

Tech in Cuba: The Rhetoric and the Reality

Reflections on the role of politics and infrastructure in Cuba’s technological development.

Editorial

Editors’ Note

Introducing Peeps Issue 01 – The Modern Protagonist.

Insights

The Daughters of Reykjavik are on YouTube

Why one women’s hip hop group is challenging gender, music and communication norms in Iceland.

Insights

How to Bank in Kimbe

A young anthropologist explores the development of banking culture in Papua New Guinea.

Insights

Mobile Autonomy

How the mobile revolution is challenging traditional gender roles in India.

Insights

The Game of School

A satirical look at what students are learning in American higher education.

Insights

Of Treasures and Trinkets

Revealing the politics and fragmented histories behind the Cameroonian Grassfields museums.

Live From...

Word on the Street

Perspectives from people around the world on the role of technology in their lives.


Archives

Magazine

Mobile Disruption: The Rise of Mobile Phone Technology in India

With 930 million mobile phone subscribers and growing India is easily one of the world’s largest and fastest growing mobile markets.

Business Culture Magazine

Innovating for a Sustainable Future

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Culture Curation Research

‘Faith Not Fear’ and the Spread of the Coronavirus ↗

SAPIENS / 04.09.20

Paula Sky Tullman asks how you can affect change before devastation or catastrophe hit. What role can cultural anthropology play in creating consensus despite difference?