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Spring & Summer 2022

This page showcases each month's published Issue for  the 2022 Spring and Summer seasons.

Here, we feature published Issues by the Curieux Academic Journal. Each is listed below and labeled with its Issue number, month posted, and keywords that help illustrate the articles found in each Issue. Publications in this section focus on classical literature, colorism, indigenous music, and non-traditional art. This page is continually updated, so make sure to check back for new additions.

In the Spring and Summer seasons of 2022, we have gathered six Issues that highlight a single theme chosen by one of our editors, Unveiling Cultural Narratives: Understanding the Global Impact of Native Art. As emphasized by Dr. Wade Davis, anthropologist and explorer, "Culture is the fabric that weaves communities together, providing a sense of identity, belonging, and heritage. By understanding and appreciating diverse cultural narratives, we can foster unity and promote social cohesion, essential elements for navigating global crises."

Shown below are six issues, each of which contains articles that touch on the importance of recognizing, uplifting, and elevating native voices to places of power. 

In the crowds

March 2022

Impact of Music on Neuro-Development, Novel Cancer Treatment, British Colonialism 

Library

April 2022

Technology, United States History, STEM Cells, Groupthink, Classical Literature

Sunflower

May 2022

Environmental Protection, Representation In Media, AIDS Epidemic, Colorism

Colorful Buildings

June 2022

Politics, Economic Disparity, Architecture, Literature, Biological Innovation in STEM

Soccer at the Beach

July 2022

Olympics, Automation In Food Industry, Behavioral Biases, Social Media Impact on Youth

Industrial Art

August 2022

Big Data, Plane Engine Failure, Consequences of the Industrial Revolution, Mental Illness

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