Anthropology on the frontlines

Keynote speaker at Berkeley University

Three of the four collaborating to stop the organ harvesting in Israel met again in San Francisco.

The American presentation of Donald Boström:

Donald Boström is a Swedish journalist known for his writings and photography on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
He collaborated with Professor Scheper-Hughes, US, Professor Emeritus Meira Weiss, Israel, and the director at the Israel National Forensic Institute, Chen Kugel, Israel, in a reform of Israel’s National Forensic Institute with respect to the treatment of dead bodies, including the bodies of Palestinians.
He is the author of Inshallah (English edition, 2012) a powerful and harrowing collection of stories and photos with essays by prominent writers on refugees, settlers, Intifada-activists, Yasser Arafat, and the city of Jerusalem, a city of strong and unforgiving emotions. In the new English edition, Scheper-Hughes and Boström unite in trying to answer the burning question that exploded worldwide in 2009: Did Israel illegally harvest organs from Palestinians?
 
 
 Donald Boström holds his speech at Berkeley University on hunting seasons on, and for journalists, and Anthropology on the Frontlines.

Donald Boström holds his speech at Berkeley University on hunting seasons on, and for journalists, and Anthropology on the Frontlines.

Donald Boström