On a frigid afternoon in late 2017, I sat beside an Inuit elder listening to an east wind beat at the walls of our borrowed house. Jacob and I were…
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Howlin' Wolf & The Song That Didn't Make the Cut. At the time, the Wolf was still rising. He could barely read, but he was making a name.
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On animal culture, different evolutionary paths & inventing a new word for ecological mourning
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First in a series of postcards from the Arctic.
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Third in a series of postcards from the Arctic.
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Second in a series of postcards from the Arctic.
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Any serious examination of the events of January 6, 2021 shows the crowd for what it was: a lynch mob.
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It was my first trip to the Arctic. It was also my first assignment for National Geographic.
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During the last week of October I camped alone along the Kobuk River in western Alaska. I was there for caribou. I wanted to watch them in silence—no…
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What I’m learning is that this place is not wilderness. That word was never the right choice.
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Sometimes you don't notice what's missing until it bites you.
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About a week into my recent stay in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, my partner sent a question: Why is the most notable person in that town a white dude?
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