Nancy Jacobs’ new book uncovers how African birders and vernacular birding knowledge helped build European imperial science.
How can a community implement Aldo Leopold’s notion of the land ethic? Kenya’s Njuri Ncheke councils offer an example, balancing individual and group agency.
Reflections on running and research in Kenya.
Long-forgotten film footage launches a collaborative recollection of history and memory, and gives new meaning to the past in post-conflict Liberia.
A safari trip inspires wonder at both what is found in a game park and who is not.