In an increasingly volatile business environment, the cultural and creative sectors can provide vital skills and human capital for corporate companies
Widespread restoration of bison to Northern Great Plains Tribal lands can help support food sovereignty and aid in the restoration of the prairie ecosystem.
COVID-19 caused 10 million job losses in the creative industries. A new UNESCO report suggests ways to support these industries in future.
Art historian Amy Herman says that spending time with art can help us to improve our problem-solving skills, by transferring our observations into action
Public and cultural services help to mitigate the adverse effect of massive job displacement on a city’s population, according to three economists.
The influential role of teachers and role models is highlighted in creative professions, where creative ideas are transmitted from teacher to student.
Entertainment products became an ever-more pervasive presence during the pandemic – so maybe it's time we included their creators in international forums.
Music can be a powerful unifier – and we need it more than ever, argues Marin Alsop, who is creating the opening concert for this year's Annual Meeting in Davos.
Before there was English, or Latin, or even Greek, there was Proto-Sinaitic, a Proto-Sinaitic script derived in Canaan, around the biblical Land of Israel.
The Conversation Africa asked academics to recommend the best science or technology-related books they read this year.
In 2019, approximately 78% (241 million) of all 308.8 million people aged five and older reported speaking only English at home regardless of their nativity.
Diseases have had a devastating effect on human populations throughout history, and ensuring cultural rituals can operate alongside scientific research is important.