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Year: 2015

December 31, 2015. Inuit Woman Revitalizes Sharing
December 31, 2015. The Batek and the Forest
December 24, 2015. Preserving the Semai Language [conference paper review]
December 24, 2015. Tahitians Learning from the Maori
December 17, 2015. Boycott in Ladakh
December 17, 2015. Rural Thai Village Copes with Climate Change
December 10, 2015. Recent Lepcha History Retold
December 10, 2015. The Mbuti and Ayn Rand
December 3, 2015. Nubians Protest More Dams on the Nile
December 3, 2015. Batek Knowledge of Medicinal Plants [journal article review]
November 26, 2015. Inuit Throat Singing Helps Heal Social Problems
November 26, 2015. Solar Power for a Hutterite Colony
November 19, 2015. LGBTI Families in Rural Thailand
November 19, 2015. Comparing Kauai and Ifaluk
November 12, 2015. The Amish Project Performed Once Again
November 12, 2015. Hallucinogens for the Piaroa
November 5, 2015. Hallucinogens for the Zapotec
November 5, 2015. Canadian Election Politics and the Hutterites
October 29, 2015. The Study of Amish Women
October 29, 2015. Black Carbon and Black Anger: Changing Conditions in Ladakh [book review]
October 22, 2015. Nubians Press for Right of Return
October 22, 2015. Life in an Indian Slum
October 15, 2015. Climate Change Affects the Inuit
October 15, 2015. Rice Beer and the Birhor
October 8, 2015. Semai Win Land Rights in Malaysian Court
October 8, 2015. Theatre Production about Piaroa Gardens
October 1, 2015. Ju/’hoansi Confront Climate Change
October 1, 2015. A Stairway to Heaven in India
September 24, 2015. Positive Attitudes about the Amish in Wisconsin
September 24, 2015. Improving the Status of Women in Rural Thailand
September 17, 2015. A Dance that Promotes Zapotec Values
September 17, 2015. Concerns for Batek Gender Equality
September 10, 2015. Ladakhi Village Electrified
September 10, 2015. Fipa Men Boil the Maize
September 3, 2015. Walrus Skulls Used as Soccer Balls
September 3, 2015. The Kadar Are in the News
August 27, 2015. Nubian Singing in Sudan
August 27, 2015. Spoken Pennsylvania German Focuses Amish on Humility [journal article review]
August 20, 2015. Paliyan and Kadar Dances
August 20, 2015. A Malapandaram School Remains Open
August 13, 2015. Lepcha Strike Resolved Peacefully
August 13, 2015. Ladakhi Woman Builds a Trekking Business
August 6, 2015. Zapotec Woman Poet Recognized
August 6, 2015. Witchcraft Violence among the Fipa [journal article review]
July 30, 2015. Tristan Has No Crime
July 30, 2015. Violence against Inuit Women
July 23, 2015. Kerala and its Peaceful Societies Part 1, the Kadar
July 23, 2015. Kerala and its Peaceful Societies Part 2, the Malapandaram
July 16, 2015. Nubians Insulted by Egyptian Racism
July 16, 2015. Happiness and Peacefulness in Thailand [journal article review]
July 9, 2015. Adventures in Botswana
July 9, 2015. Amish Singing
July 2, 2015. Statistics about Peaceful Nation States
July 2, 2015. Mbuti Bark Cloth and Babies
June 25, 2015. Schools for San Kids
June 25, 2015. Problems of the Nubian Diaspora [journal article review]
June 18, 2015. Orang Asli Land Rights
June 18, 2015. Photos of the Hutterites
June 11, 2015. Truth and Reconciliation for the Inuit
June 11, 2015. An Erection Points toward Peace on Ifaluk
June 4, 2015. A Dam Could Destroy Indigenous Communities [journal article review]
June 4, 2015. The President Visits the Ju/’hoansi
May 28, 2015. Yanadi Prohibited from Entering the Forest
May 28, 2015. Tahitians Cherish their Natural Heritage
May 21, 2015. The Lepchas Want Teachers
May 21, 2015. The English Are Coming, the English Are Coming—Run! Hide!
May 14, 2015. Overcoming Memories of Violence [journal article review]
May 14, 2015. Inuit Men Helping Each Other
May 7, 2015. Problem Drinking on Tristan da Cunha
May 7, 2015. Progress among the Ladakhis
April 30, 2015. Semai Women Making Progress
April 30, 2015. Ju/hoan Man Appointed to Government Position
April 23, 2015. The Popularity of Redshirts [journal article review]
April 23, 2015. Hutterite Innovations and Commitments
April 16, 2015. Resettlement Plans for the Malapandaram
April 16, 2015. Hard Hats for Amish Workers
April 9, 2015. Nunavimmiut Face the Future
April 9, 2015. Searching for Life in the Kalahari
April 2, 2015. Designs for Energy Efficiency
April 2, 2015. Oil Palm Prosperity
March 26, 2015. Semai Place Names Help Preserve Forests—and Peacefulness [journal article review]
March 26, 2015. Is Baltistan Peaceful?
March 19, 2015. Paliyans Obtain Better Housing
March 19, 2015. Some Hutterites Use iPhones
March 12, 2015. Promises to Nubians in Wadi Qurqur
March 12, 2015. Archaeological Discoveries and the Media
March 5, 2015. Unicorns, and the Mbuti, Are Troubled by Violence
March 5, 2015. Unicorns, Peaceful Societies, and Peace Systems
February 26, 2015. Paliyans Learn to be Guides
February 26, 2015. Inuit Experiences of Historical Traumas [journal article review]
February 19, 2015. Yanadi Economic Tragedies and Successes
February 19, 2015. Coltan Mining Fosters Violence
February 12, 2015. Human Trafficking in Rural Thailand
February 12, 2015. Donald Kraybill to Retire
February 5, 2015. A French Polynesian Novel Portrays Tahitian Culture [journal article review]
February 5, 2015. Publicity for Lepcha Cardamom Crops
January 29, 2015. A Love Jihad in Ladakh
January 29, 2015. A New Blog about the G/wi
January 22, 2015. The Kadar Preserve their Forests
January 22, 2015. Some Peaceful People Are Birdwatchers [a tenth anniversary reflection]
January 15, 2015. New Opportunity for Paliyan Youth
January 15, 2015. Update on a Birhor Tragedy
January 8, 2015. Yanadi Woman Advocates Human Rights
January 8, 2015. Review of the Tristan Year
January 1, 2015. Piaroa Women Protest Violence
January 1, 2015. Ice Stupas in Ladakh