Edward T. Hall was simply the guru of culture. This man’s life work is the foundation of many international education and intercultural programs today – and deservedly so.
“An Anthropology of an Every Day Life” was written by Hall to document the first fifty years of his remarkable life. It is a fascinating read in that we get to observe an anthropologist in the making – commenting, through his unique lens, about his own journey and why he turned out the way he did.
Livestream chat with author and educator, Carrie Wagner, today at 3 pm EST!
Melibee Global is launching its first, FREE, online book club, scheduled for November 10th at 3 pm EST. The book for this event is Carrie Wagner’s “Village Wisdom: Immersed in Uganda, Inspired by Job, Changed for Life.”
“Sideways on a Scooter” by American journalist Miranda Kennedy is about the complex relationships between women in India. Shortly after completing this book, I watched “Lakshmi and Me,” a PBS documentary about filmmaker Nishtha Jain and her relationship with her young maid, Lakshmi.
Jerejef to Katie Kreueger. Jerejef is a Wolof word for thank you. Wolof is a Senegalese language used by an ethnic group with the same name and it describes how I felt after reading Katie’s book, “Give With Gratitude: Lessons Learned Listening to West Africa.”