Michael RollandRaised in Tempe and Scottsdale, Arizona.
1981_Graduated from St. Meinrad Seminary, St. Meinrad, IN (BA in History)
1988_Graduated with Mdiv, MA in Theology, from Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
1996_Graduated MA in Anthropology from University of Arizona
2012_Graduated PH.D. in Anthropology from Arizona State University (Tempe)
1981 joined the Order of Preachers (Dominican Friars of the Western Province).
Currently serving on the Mexican-US Border as Pastor of a large parish in Mexicali, Baja Calf. Norte
Erkan SakaErkan Saka is an assistant professor at the School of Communication at Istanbul’s Bilgi University. He teaches New Media Cultures and Cyber-Anthropology. He earned BA and MA degrees at the Sociology Department of Bogaziçi University, Istanbul. He received his PhD at the Anthropology Department of Rice University (Houston, USA). He has been a political blogger since June 2004 (http://erkansaka.net). He is a co-coordinator of a Citizen Journalism Training Program at Bilgi Egitim and he coordinated and presented the TV showSosyalKafa on new media at netd.com and BJK TV in Turkey.
Arnold PereyArnold Perey, Ph.D., anthropologist and teacher educator, earned his BA in anthropology from the University of Chicago and his doctorate from Columbia University. His field research was with the Paiute-Shoshone nation in Nevada and the Mountain Ok people of Papua New Guinea, the latter sponsored by the National Science Foundation. His doctoral dissertation, based on Aesthetic Realism, was sponsored by Margaret Mead. He taught at Brooklyn College and Queensborough Community College (CUNY), Seton Hall University, and Drew University. He is on the Aesthetic Realism Foundation faculty where he teaches “Anthropology Is about You and Everyone.” His articles include "A New Perspective for American Anthropology: The Philosophy of Aesthetic Realism" (presented at the American Anthropological Association) and "The Real Opposition to Racism." Dr. Perey is in Who’s Who in American Education, is a contributor to Aesthetic Realism and the Answer to Racism, and author of Gwe, Young Man of New Guinea: A Novel against Racism; and, Were They Equal? an African story for children which he also illustrated.
Brian HoeyBrian A. Hoey received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Michigan in 2002 and B.A. in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic in 1990. In the fall of 2007, Hoey became an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Marshall University, where he is currently teaching and conducting research.
F Sensei MontalvanBorn 24February1957 in New York City on Broadway & 75 Street. Presently 59 years old. I am a disabled U S Army Vietnam Era Veteran. I've been a teacher most of my life.