Adventurer, vegetarian food enthusiast, lover of all things colorful. Advocate of sustainable and ethical consumption and believer in human resilience.
To me, the word ‘passion’ is overused and somewhat elusive in the world we live in today. Throughout the three tightly-packed, suffocatingly busy years of college I have lived through so far, I have struggled with and against that word.
Written for ANTHRCUL 330: Culture, Thought, and Meaning by Professor Eric Mueggler in Fall 2016
Anthropologists, ethnographers, and philosophers throughout history have commonly struggled with…
Written for ANTHRCUL 202: Ethnic Diversity in Japan, taught by Professor Jennifer Robertson in Winter 2018
Written for ANTHRCUL 327: Medicine and Healing, taught by Professor Liz Roberts in Fall 2017
The expansion of biomedical technologies in recent years has introduced an array of faceless organizations and systems…