In this recent blogpost I dig into the rationale behind Europe’s (and France in particular) stability-oriented job market.Read more "Stability and Work"
In this article I connect recent events regarding religious freedom in the United States and France. In the case of the latter, I connect it to historical events not unlike ones going on today.Read more "Religious Freedom in France in Historical Perspective"
About a month ago I published an article about recent events in the Mediterranean. In this article I discuss the historic backdrop between recent catastrophes and the entrepreneurial nature of migrants’ desires.Read more "The Mediterranean Void"
Reflections and thoughts on a couple recent trips to an inner-ring suburb of Paris called Montreuil: http://valuesandcapitalism.com/mali-in-paris-the-search-for-work-and-home/Read more "The Search for Work and Home: Mali in Paris"
Published last week in between the first and second (run-off) election of departmental councils, I wrote this blogpost about what these elections can tell us about France and its future. The run-off election led to a UMP (center-right) victory, leaving the far-right National Front without a majority on any council but with more seats than […]Read more "What the French Elections say about France"
In my latest post I discuss the value of micro-level engagement with migrants for missions and development. This is presented within the larger context of global policy, something that I am interested in seeing played out in Europe.Read more "What do Migration, Missions, and Development have to do with Each Other?"
In this most recent blogpost I am interviewed by Tyler Castle, the editor of Values and Capitalism about the work I am undertaking during the upcoming four months in Paris.Read more "Introduction to my time in Paris"