Michael Jindra- -Cultural Diversity and Social Problems

I'm a cultural anthropologist and sociologist who has published on a wide variety of topics, many of them centered around differences and their implications. I'm affiliated with Boston University, am also a contributing editor at American Purpose. Before I became an academic, I was a financial analyst and a Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa. Native of a small town in the Midwest.

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Speaker's Title and Institutional/Organizational Affiliation: Research Scholar at Boston University
Event Type :
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Debate, Forum, or HxConversation
Speaking Topics - List up to 5 specific topics or titles, each separated by a semicolon: The Clash of Lifestyle; Real Diversity, Fake Diversity; The Roots of our Immigration Crisis; How to Understand Inequality and Social Problems; The "West and the Rest" Controversy
Blackout Dates (Dates speaker is unavailable, Date/Month/Year): NA
Distance Willing to Travel: Any/No Limits to Travel Radius
Scholarly Area: Social Sciences
Modality of Event : In Person and/or Virtual
Willingness to be recorded: Willing
Speaking Fee (Not including travel/lodging expenses): $0-$2,000 USD
Recent Appearance (1 of 5) -title, host institution, year: The Clash of Lifestyle Diversity and Economic Equality; Harvard University, 2017
Link to Speaker's Professional Website (to include sample writings and more extensive bio): michaeljindra.com