Roman opinions on Alexandrians Roman writers often disparaged the citizens of Alexandria. Their city’s culture, history, and commerce were glorified, as if those qualities existed apart from its people. Rome’s ruling elites and writers contemptuously stereotyped the latter as a … Continue reading Anthropology: The Difficulties of Multiculturalism in Ancient Alexandria
Reproductive rights are a cornerstone issue for women’s rights. Decades of advocacy and protest have returned autonomy to women in many parts of the world. However, in some cases, it seems reproductive justice is crumbling. On September 1st this year, … Continue reading Why You Should Care About the Texas Abortion Law
Introduction Over the years, we watched as people began to accept fashion as not only an art form but also a way to express oneself. Sometimes we don’t need to speak to voice our opinions. We all know the phrase … Continue reading Anthropology: How Fashion Has Become a Form of Protest over the Years
What is the Arab Spring? The Arab Spring describes a series of protests against authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and Africa between 2010 to 2011. The name “Arab Spring” references the “People’s Spring” in Europe (Arab Spring). The purpose … Continue reading The Arab Spring: a Win or Loss for Democracy?
Pakistan-France relations refer to bilateral, cultural and international relations between Pakistan and France. The relationship is based on military, defense, cultural, educational cooperation and economic obligations. Trade between the two countries usually increases over time. However, relations are currently strained … Continue reading Pakistan-France Foreign Relations and Protests