We're starting off 2023 with our latest bonus episode with none other than Sonia Gulzeb Abbasi on 'Questioning (white) Western feminism & Muslim women's identity'. For the audio version click here: https://soundcloud.com/coffeeandcocktails/bonus-episode-questioning-white-western-feminism-muslim-womens-identity For the video interview click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uY7_-DLGZdo&t=214s #feminism#coffeeandcocktailspodcast#thewest#pakistan#afghanistan#women#culture#anthropology#podcast#interview Happy New Year!
First thing's first: my book is FINALLY in the hands of the publisher's, which means one thing: we can get back to our regularly scheduled programming! This also means that I have some VERY exciting news! As of today we have joined forces (or collaborated?) with The Oxford Method who are offering up to 40%… Continue reading Patron-only discounts in collab with The Oxford Method
Meran-Merano Christmas market, December 2011 (Photo by Dr Ann Wand) As an anthropologist, I've been wanting to teach a class on the Krampus festival for many years. So this month I'm offering a FREE class on Krampus himself from December 17-22. If you're interested in learning more about the spookier side of the holiday season… Continue reading FREE class on Krampus! (Available December only!)
Helllllloooo C&C Followers! Good news! For those of you not in the know, I'm finally in the last stages of writing my book! However, that does mean I actually need to finish writing (and researching) the final chapters. But don't worry. There is actual light at the end of the tunnel, even if at the… Continue reading An Update
When Dr Heather Munro initially approached me about her research on Haredi and Hasidic identity in London, New York, and Israel, I completely underestimated the complex web that makes up the ultra-orthodox community. To ‘simplify’ her work (although I use that term lightly) we decided to break apart her research into two parts with this… Continue reading Ep. 36: Part I- Understanding Haredi and Hasidic Jewish Identity
Anthropologist, Dr Heather Munro This month's episode on the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast was truly an educational eye-opener. While I thoroughly enjoy the research process for each and every episode, this one required a *lot* more work than I initially anticipated. That being said, I'll think you'll all enjoy this one on Haredi and Hasidic Jewish identity.… Continue reading Early release on Haredi and Hasidic Jewish identity!
Bonus Episode now available on the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast! 'Questioning (white) Western Feminism & Muslim women's identity' The history of Western feminism has had a tendency to impose its own world views on non-western women at the expense of allowing other female voices to express their thoughts on freedoms, rights, and religion. In this bonus… Continue reading ‘Questioning (white) Western Feminism & Muslim women’s identity’- available on Patreon!
The newest bonus episode is finally here! Bonus Episode: Confronting biases in the workplace Addressing intersectionality, diversity, and identity are becoming more important in the workplace, especially when it comes to multicultural group dynamics, and how, as people, we approach the work environment. In this bonus episode with anthropologist, Helidth Ravenholm, she discusses her role… Continue reading Now available! Bonus Episode: Confronting biases in the workplace
How do we deal with preserving memory when the historical past can be so controversial? In this Patreon-only special release (recorded in August 2021), Dr Hannes Obermair from EURAC Research gives us his perspectives on the role of statues and how South Tyrol’s decision to preserve its Fascist (and Nazi) past led to the creation… Continue reading Patron-only Special release: Italy’s decision not to tear down statues, with Dr Hannes Obermair
This month on the Coffee & Cocktails® Podcast, we discuss the concept of ‘dark food’, and how like ‘dark tourism’, it is directly linked to consumption and how identities are forged by making sense of the past through present-day cultural memories. In this Patron-only bonus episode with Alessandra Pino (Allie Pino), co-author of A Gothic Cookbook,… Continue reading Bonus Episode (Now Available!): Cuban Identity as it relates to Dark Food