The Library of Congress’s expansive digitization efforts makes more art available to a larger public.
Louis Sarno went to record the music of the Central African Republic's Bayaka community in the 80s and never turned back.
Zoosphere aims to digitize fragile museum specimens and make them available to entomologists across the world.
There’s been a quiet revival around this mostly forgotten recording medium.
In his 20s, US geneticist William Jack Schull joined a study to examine the effects of radiation on atomic bomb survivors. Now 93, he wants to share his experiences with the world.
In the early 1900s, anthropologists amassed 26,000 photographs of the indigenous Evenki and Orochen people from Inner Mongolia and Siberia. Now they're being digitized.