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Hello and welcome to my website. This site contains materials related to my research, teaching and travels (usually related to my research). For more extensive information about me, you can read this page. Basically, I am an anthropologist, researching the phenomena of health care worker migration from the Czech Republic. I did fieldwork in Prague from November 2008 through October 2009. I did my doctoral degree at Indiana University, Bloomington, but am originally from Texas and attended Texas A&M University. I currently teach as a lecturer of applied anthropology at Monmouth University.

If you have any questions or comments regarding my research or teaching, please contact me at hbludau@monmouth.edu.

[Teaching Portfolio] If you would like access to this file, please contact me for the password.


Pictures in the header [from left to right]: Me at a wine festival in Znojmo, Czech Republic; Lipnice, Czech Republic, the village where Czech humorist and writer Jaroslav Hasek is buried; grafitti at Letna Park, Prague; Petrin Hill, Prague, a spire of Sv. Vitus, Prague.