Joyce Dalsheim is a cultural anthropologist in the department of Global Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her work focuses on nationalism, colonialism, religion and conflict. She is author of three books on Israel/Palestine: Unsettling Gaza, Producing Spoilers, and most recently, Israel Has a Jewish Problem.
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Published in: TransformationWhy do some religious groups defy public health orders even in a pandemic?
Culture and collective memory can be just as influential as science, medicine and government.
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Published in: TransformationWhy busy-ness is so damaging
Our economic and political order fuels a state of constant activity which harms both individual and community well-being.