Social-cultural anthropology; homelessness and inequality; "tent cities" and "tiny houses"; political economy; informal social welfare provisioning; group work and democracy; history of US social welfare and social work; philosophical pragmatism; governmentality; ethnographic methods.
Unaccompanied child migrants; asylum and migratory systems in the Global South; criminalization of migration
HIV prevention practices in the US
train hopping, transit migration, humanitarianism, Mexico
resilience of indigenous migrant women
Influence on shifting state policies on individuals and ethnic communities; Romani education and assimilation/integration issues in Hungary; Hungarian child welfare policy and the development of Romani children in state institutions