The Sossobala

A sacred symbol of freedom and identity of the Mande community, the Sossobala is a wooden xylophone or balafon, that is being played on...

Borfimah

Paul Julien (1901-2001) was an anthropologist from the Netherlands who traveled through Liberia in 1932. Andrea Stultiens (1974) is a photographer and researcher from...

Poro

Things that cannot be known have a big attraction. No wonder that Paul Julien, as many other researchers, was fascinated by the secret societies...

A Visit to Queen Suakoko

While nobody I spoke to in Liberia had heard of Prof. Logemoh, who we saw last week, everybody seemed to have heard of Madame...

Dutch Photographer: On the road

Paul Julien (1901-2001) was an anthropologist from the Netherlands who traveled through Liberia in 1932. Andrea Stultiens (1974) is a photographer and researcher from...

‘Do Not Take History for Granted,’ USAID Director Urges Liberians

The Mission Director of United States Agency for International Development (USAID), John Mark Winfield, has urged patriotic citizens and educated people in Liberia not...

Architecture on Broad, Ashmun Streets

Paul Julien (1901-2001) was an anthropologist from the Netherlands who traveled through Liberia in 1932. Andrea Stultiens (1974) is a photographer and researcher from...

Dutch Photographer IV: Kru Town

Paul Julien (1901-2001) was an anthropologist from the Netherlands who traveled through Liberia in 1932. Andrea Stultiens (1974) is a photographer and researcher from...

Chief Justice Louis Arthur Grimes’ Address at the Opening of the...

He was one of Liberia's most celebrated Chief Justices.  But that was not the only place that he made his mark.  Louis Arthur Grimes...

Dutch Photographer (Part 3): Paul Julien Helped by the Catholic Mission

Paul Julien, who leads us through parts of Liberia in the early 1930s, was born into a Roman Catholic family and devoted to that...