November 2019

The African Research Cluster

The University of Western Australia, Australia

Jeffrey Wickersham

Yale University, U.S.A.

Transnationalising the Fatwa

Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Counseling Greek Youth

Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

Philosophy in Society

National University of Mexico, Mexico

Maha Shivaratri Festival

Kathmandu, Nepal

Fire Dancing Ritual Nestinarstvo

Bulgari, Bulgaria

Stuart Gietel-Basten

Oxford University, England

Europe Boundaries, Borders, and Limits

Universitat Bielefeld, Germany

Discursive Illusions

Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

The Physically Challenged in Libya

University of Tripoli, Libya

Rosario Gonzalez Manalo

Philippine Women’s University,


Featured Academics

Stuart Gietel-Basten

Oxford University, England

Dr. Stuart Gietel-Basten is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Policy and Intervention as well as a Research Fellow at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. He studied history and demography at the University of Cambridge (BA 2002; MPhil 2004; PhD 2008) …

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Jeffrey Wickersham

Yale University, U.S.A.

Jeffrey Wickersham is an Associate Research Scientist in Infectious Diseases at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Wickersham’s research focuses on secondary HIV prevention among persons with substance use disorders in criminal justice settings. Specifically, his work seeks to understand the …

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Featured Research Projects


Discursive Illusions

Social realities are often negotiated and determined by elite groups of society, including political and religious leaders, the mass media, and professional experts, who give meaning to complex, multifaceted constructs such as terrorism consistent with their individual socio-political agendas.

The Americas
Philosophy and the City
Boundary, Border, Limit
HIV and Society

Featured Cultural Projects

The architecture of Sweden
The architecture of New York
The architecture of Cambodia

Featured Regional Directive

Developed and developing world higher education

Global wealth is concentrated less and less in factories, land, tools, and machinery. The knowledge, skills, and resourcefulness of people …

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Featured Strategist

Rosario Gonzalez Manalo

Ambassador Rosario Gonzalez Manalo earned her Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and Bachelor of Science in Jurisprudence degrees, a …

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Academia in Society

Counseling Greek Youth

The current situation in Greece has shown an unprecedented level of poverty, the factors for which include social, economic, regional, and political. All of these factors have, in concert, contributed to the economic demise…

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The African Research Cluster

The University of Western Australia launched its Africa Research Cluster in May 2015 as a mechanism to coordinate Africa-focused and other Africa-relevant research being conducted across various faculties and disciplines.

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Digital Identities

A Black Sister in Massachusetts


Featured Cultural Events

Tapati Rapa Nui
– Easter Island, Chile.

– Bulgari Village, Bulgaria

– Kathmandu, Nepal

Mad Symposium
– Denmark

– Winnipeg, Canada

Featured Conferences

European Association of Cultural Researchers e.V.

Royal Anthropological Institute

European Association for Chinese Studies

European Association of Social Anthropologists