There are many small populations of people around the world who are pretty well known on a global scale. Take, for instance, the Bedouin of the Middle East and North Africa, whose name has become synonymous with nomadic people, or … Continue reading Anthropology: The Apatani Tribe of India
While these days it’s most common to think of the Middle East when referring to Arab countries, the Arab world is a much larger region with an array of different languages. The Arab League is full of rich and diverse … Continue reading Anthropology: The Global Impact of Arab Inventions and Culture
With a mere population of just 3 million, on the far south of the equator lies the city of Montevideo. It is located in the country of Uruguay. It happens to be those small countries that tend to slide under … Continue reading Travel Guide: Discover Liberal Culture of Montevideo, Uruguay in South America
One of the most famous places in Mexico, and perhaps of the world is the Riviera Maya. Located on the southeast cost of Mexico, is a beautiful Caribbean stretch within Yucatan. It is famous touristic destination due to its generally … Continue reading Travel Guide: The Riviera Maya, a Mexican Paradise
Cambodia houses the remains of the classical era. Just forty miles away from the modern city of Siem Reap lies this heritage site of Angkor. If you travel to northwest Cambodia, you can explore deeper into the historical background of … Continue reading Travel Guide: Explore the Splendid Architectural Temples at Angkor
Are people of modern-day society guilty of turning religious buildings into a commodity? Commodification is the process through which an object, place or culture is transformed into a commodity. The tourist gaze is according to Guy Debord life in modern … Continue reading To What Extent Does Tourism Make Religious Sites Into Commodities?