Stories about Arts & Culture from September, 2016
Yugoslav Comic ‘Dikan’ Is Back to Remind Us We're All Descendants of Migrants in Some Way or Another
"Finally, we, the Early Slavs, have inhabited the Internet, too. We bid you a warm welcome and pleasant stay."
You'll find little in common between François Fillon, the former French prime minister, and Dorcas Dienda, a current contestant in the “Miss DRC” beauty pageant. But that being said...
"He journeyed to the centre of darkness of the Mexican soul, and where the archetypes of sick and caricatural masculinity were constellated, he rolled away the stone..."
On World Folklore Day, Venezuelans in and out of the country celebrated their African roots, thanks to a viral video.
"I don’t paint dainty little grandmotherly botanical illustrations."
If you're interested in Japanese literature, these bloggers should not be missed.
Why should we still care about civil rights leader Marcus Garvey? Florida-based Jamaican author Geoffrey Philp explains Garvey's relevance, and why black lives have always mattered, through his new novel.
One of Japan's most impressive summer festivals involves dancing, drums and giant floats that make for irresistible Instagram uploads.