Tonight, I is joined by wildness seeker, Layla AbdelRahim. Her bio fromt he Jesus Radicals conference, where I met her this year, is as such: Layla AbdelRahim grew up in different languages and cultures spanning five continents. Her experiences and occupations include journalism of war and international so-called development in North East Africa, anthropologist in Europe, wanderer, researcher and university lecturer, writer, and most important, an unschooling mother. In the last decade, she has been synthesizing these experiences and perspectives in critical essays on the domestication of parenthood and childhood as well as working on a doctoral dissertation on knowledge in children’s books from an anti-authoritarian perspective. Join us tonight for a very spontaneous discussion on parenting, wildness, resistance and anthropology.