How could it be that a nation of ‘ambivalent Europeans’, which is hostile to migrants, can carve out pockets of compassion and kindness towards stray cats?
About Rachael Scicluna
is a social anthropologist. She sees her profession as an identity which she practices. Issues of social injustice concern her deeply. She seeks every opportunity to create awareness at an individual, social and academic level. As a scholar, Rachael has an obligation to pass on knowledge and sees social media as one of the greatest inventions to reach the wider public. Her research interests are sexuality and gender, alternative family formations, housing, home and the built environment, and policy. Her recent monograph is titled, Home and Sexuality: the 'Other' Side of the Kitchen (2017, Palgrave Macmillan)