Political Anthropology: Russian Imperialism and the War in Ukraine

The only active conflict in Europe today, the war in Ukraine, has been “on a low simmer”[1] since 2015. A recently unexpected military build-up on the Russo-Ukrainian border has raised concerns around the globe not just about the beginning of … Continue reading Political Anthropology: Russian Imperialism and the War in Ukraine

The Brooklyn Bridge

New to Brooklyn? Discover Airbnb Rentals For Your First Visit!

Brooklyn is not just another borough of New York. It is an individual entity with its own popular identity. From street art painted walls to tourist-filled markets, the cultural melting point of Williamsburg to the posh community of Bedford-Stuyvesant, amazing … Continue reading New to Brooklyn? Discover Airbnb Rentals For Your First Visit!

Grand Canyon

Travel Guide: Places to See When Driving Coast to Coast in the United States

Living is all about experience. There are types that live in the moment and there are others who live by planning. Sometimes, I picture just standing up and walking away and driving to see everything there is to see. For … Continue reading Travel Guide: Places to See When Driving Coast to Coast in the United States

amish family riding a horse carriage

Anthropology: The History and Lifestyle of Amish Christians in the Modern World

Anabaptist Christian Movment Anabaptist Christians were members of  a fringe or a radical movement. It was the prostant Reformationand spiritual ancestors of  Morder Baptist Mennoneta, and Quaker.  During  that time, it was a crime  punishable by death under the legal … Continue reading Anthropology: The History and Lifestyle of Amish Christians in the Modern World