Sara K. Schneider, Ph.D., performance anthropologist, professor, and author, links public education about global cultures with the professional development of educators, health-care professionals, and clergy. Schneider completed her undergraduate education at Yale and trained at New York University in Performance Studies, the nexus of cross-cultural studies and arts theories and practices. Faculty and Program Co-Director in Interdisciplinary Studies at National-Louis University in Chicago, her three published books deal with the meanings of the body in expressive culture. Most recently, her workshop “The Bodies of ‘Others’: Compassionate Cross-Cultural Care” was presented as a pre-conference workshop for the American Holistic Nurses Association.
Come visit Sara’s website, www.thinkingdr.com. Her newest book, Art of Darkness: Ingenious Performances by Undercover Operators, Con Men, and Others, is also featured at www.cuneiformbooks.com. She can be reached at email@example.com.