In this TEDx talk I adress how anthropology (or social anthropology) can teach us how to travel and through this understand other cultures. This is in comparison to the standard ways of traveling, specifically mass tourism.
Devex invited me to join an panel of experts. I was asked to share my views on whether a H. Clinton presidency would result in the US taking on a major role in development cooperation.
I gave a guest lecture at the European College of Economics and Management (ECEM) in Sofia, on "Bulgaria and Europe: integration, inequality, and social dialogue."
I visited St. Paraskeva Church in Sofia with a view to determine if I could be of assistance in locating funds for necessary repair and maintenance work.
Staff from Plovdiv Medical University in Bulgaria visited Kristiansand, Norway to discuss health awareness campaigns among Roma in Bulgaria with local experts.
I gave training to staff at Medical University Plovdiv on Roma ethnic group, including culture, values, kinship system, and social organization.
The world consumes its allotted annual amount of natural resources earlier and earlier in the year, according to several studies.
If we do not manage to address climate change (preventive actions), we should focus on addressing the consequences of climate change (curative/remedial actions).
The US ranks among the lowest of developing countries in terms of upward mobility. The term "melting pot" has been in use a long time. The article argues that the American dream essentially is dead.
Anthropology, specifically health anthropology (or medical anthropology), can play an important role in addressing health-related issues. The case of Ebola in Guinea is presented.