The Bajau adaptation for life at sea In the course of history, human beings have populated the most uncomfortable places on earth, adapting the environment to themselves and themselves to the environment. It occcured, sometimes, that the dwellers of extreme lands have established a deep and long-lasting relationship with theirRead More →

It was a sunny Saturday morning when I heard that song for the first time: the trees were still bare and white under the winter sunshine. Despite the cold wind, there was a sweet smell of spring in the air, which pushed me to walk fast without paying much attentionRead More →

Dr. Klaus Poser was a development worker with the Evangelical Church of Germany all around the world. He spent time in Colombia, Togo, USA and Switzerland and visited many other countries. What did you study and how did you learn English? I grew up in North Germany and learned EnglishRead More →

April 2nd, 2018: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at the age of 81 in a Johannesburg hospital, after a life of struggle and scandal, of sacrifice and victory, in the fight against apartheid. Today mostly known because of her marriage to Nelson Mandela, the former liberation fighter and President of South Africa,Read More →

A world out of control, accelerated and overheated: an analysis of contemporary issues from migration to populism and some possible solutions by the anthropologist, professor at the University of Oslo and president of the EASA Thomas Hylland Eriksen. 1. “We are all in the same boat, divided by a sharedRead More →