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How much of our behavior, belief systems and assumptions about others are dictated by our geography?
The Accidental Anthropologist, hosted by Catherine Zinger, explores universal themes from diverse cultural perspectives to help listeners suspend default assumptions about how things “should be done.”
Catherine’s multicultural background and experiences as a Filipina/American/Canadian living in Europe for 20+ years have made her culturally-astute at embracing “the new normal.” She approaches each interview and topic with sensitivity, humour, authenticity and kindness.
The Accidental Anthropologist Latest Episodes
Gratitude…again?! True, this is a wellness theme that’s been “lathered on thick” by anyone with a soapbox but given the… read more
The final episode of this special 4-part series on white parenting and the racial implications of raising black children as… read more
Beth, a Canadian mother of an adopted Ethiopian boy, shares what she’s learned on her parenting journey so far. More… read more
A White Diplomat’s Take On Raising Her Girls in Africa Meet Audrey in Part 2 of this 4-episode series on… read more
A White Mother’s Perspective from the United States The first of a 4-part series that looks at white parenting of… read more