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Tanja Ahlin , April 2nd, 2019
On a sunny, stifling afternoon, my friend, an Ayurvedic doctor, ushers me into a scantily furnished examining room of his clinic in central Kerala, South India. There, a…
Tanja Ahlin , December 24th, 2016
I take issue with innovation. To be sure, I admire the creative and practical potential of it, which is what most innovation is about. But it makes me…
Tanja Ahlin , October 17th, 2016
Have you ever been in a conference room, listening to one presentation after another, only to realize that they all seemed strangely similar? As in, following the same…
Tanja Ahlin , December 2nd, 2015
Unforgotten: Love and the Culture of Dementia Care in India by Bianca Brijnath Berghahn Books, 2014, 240 pages Bianca Brijnath’s book, Unforgotten: Love and the Culture of Dementia…