Monthly Archive: August, 2018

I NEVER THOUGHT HUNGARY WOULD FEEL SO MUCH LIKE HOME

  When did Hungary begin to feel like home? Honestly, when I left. And then even more so when I returned. We always remember things more fondly after a bit of space, I… Continue reading

MY RELATIONSHIPS WITH BENEFICIARIES IN A NEW CONTEXT

  Many friends and family back in the US have noticed a distinct difference in the way I discuss (or don’t discuss) my work with refugees since moving to Greece, as opposed to… Continue reading