A past for the present: decolonizing heritage and building sustainable localities in Southeast Asia
America's one-room schools : sites of regional authority and symbols of local autonomy, after 1850
Articulating Partial Connection: Prefiguring Alternative Futures in the Anthropocene
Commodity, conservation, and nation building: the orchid and the Singaporean identity.
Conservation in conflict: an assessment of plurality in environmental management
Dziedot Dzimu, Dziedot Augu: Latvian identity through folk poetry and choral music during the Soviet era
Endocranial shape asymmetries in Hylobates lar
Asymmetries in brain shape, or petalias, is the extension of one cerebral hemisphere beyond the other. In humans, anatomical asymmetry of the brain has been linked to handedness and cognitive functions. Previous research has demonstrated brain shape asymmetries in hominids...