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A Personal History of the Peace Corps, 1960s
A new book on volunteering with the Peace Corps in 1960s India teases out an old lesson . . . why 'unknown' matters. Review by Chellis Glendinning.
Behind the scenes at the Berlin Museum of Medical History with photographer Daniel Alexander and cultural historian Dr Marius Kwint.
Life on ice, death in prison
A discussion with Britain's top mountaineer on the motivations of madness.
Out there in the heavens
As the latest images beam back from Pluto, our resident stargazer offers a primer on what the hell is going on up there. WARNING: big words to follow. By Herbert Wright.
The Heartache in Universities Today
The dire threat to the liberal arts — and a Harvard professor's call to action. By Heidi Fiske.
Bound and Broken for a Better Life
"She feels no bitterness . . ." Stories of Chinese women who endured the wages of a passport to marriage. By Herbert Wright.
The Inside and Out of Loving
A suitcase stuffed with one long life, Pennsylvania's great river valley and a walk into the temptation of night. Poems by Melanie Simms.
In Praise of Brief Dramatic Forms
Passing time in the wild, Venus & Cupid are drawn to a culture of sweetness and pain. By Gary Michael Dault.
The Litter Chain is Long
The tug between self interest and the common wheal. Fred Fiske's mother's test tells us about ourselves.
An expo looks at 'feeding the planet'
Herbert Wright explores the chasm between fast and slow food, corporate and small-scale culture and industrialised and organic farming in Milan.
Staves Wrapping the World
A composer's score is performed in New York and Manchester at the 'same time' — and furthers the new practice of the online global ensemble. By Raymond Lustig.
Dark Islands: New Poetry by Tom Chivers
One of our admired urban witnesses delves into traditional forms that conceal some radical ideas. Plus, the Scribbler's Questionnaire . . .
Wild Culture — Live, here, soon!
The Cabaret of Wild Culture is back onstage, May 9 in Toronto.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture