My experiences as an educator have included college level instruction for many years, as well as graduate student mentoring in the US. I also have experience in higher educational and other kinds planning and administration, as an English teacher to non-English speakers, and in various other volunteer community service roles.
I believe that all social life has inner and outer structures and processes and that dreams are an important part of the inner, psychological structures and processes.
I have done some dream interpretation as part of recent research with dreamer narratives. There is some continuity of the interpretation activity in my present schedule.
My graduate education was in Cultural Anthropology. My later research interest in dreams has been motivated by a personal interest in some of my own dreams and nightmares which for a long time have seemed related to my writing activities, as well as by wider theoretical issues.
I have presented Dream Inspired Discourses: Explorations with English Speaking Muslims at the April 2009 Conference of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness and the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, in Portland, Oregon.