Tourism that trades in mythology makes the world a crueller place
Why the Maasai came to believe that tourists have the evil eye.
Why is it still acceptable to send young children to boarding school?
Cider with Rosie celebrates a past that never existed
Gypsy culture is being systematically eliminated through a forced assimilation programme
Britain’s archaeology is being obliterated – often with the help of archaeologists – yet hardly anyone seems to care
The extraordinary work of the neurobiologist Antonio Damasio shows that wisdom is inextricable from emotion
The National Trust must lose its attachment to aristocratic values
Language barriers are good, not bad, and their loss is a disaster for hundreds of millions of people
Our treatment of gypsies and travellers reveals Little England at its worst: mean-spirited, vindictive and narrow-minded.
Roads protesters are bringing art and necessity back together, sowing the seeds of cultural renewal
Did Ledumen, the celebrated Samburu prophet, know I was coming to visit him three months before I decided to do so?
Environmentalism is yet to inspire a great novel
Why are the same myths associated with blacksmiths all over the world?