"I have nothing to offer but my own confusion." -- JK It is intriguing that secular, educated Americans often have difficulty with the rituals and story of Christianity, seeing it as irrational, but eagerly read their horoscope or find new age morality … [Read more...]
About Michael Amundsen
Michael Amundsen holds a doctorate from the School of Humanities at Tallinn University, where some of his work concerned looking at Jack Kerouac’s writing for its ethnographic sensibilities. He has also written on busking culture, urban studies and autoethnography as a research method. He is a journalist who has contributed to the Guardian, Financial Times, and many others.
He is the editor of Baltic Publishing, an academic book publisher located in Tallinn, and is co-editor of Tallinn Arts magazine.
He has taught humanities and English literature at San Francisco State University, Tallinn University and the Estonian Academy of Art. Learn more at ebsn.eu/members/michael-amundsen.