About

Hello and welcome to Musings Of An Explorer. My name is Bryce and I am a Freelance Writer, Explorer and Anthropologist.

MOE (Musingsofanexplorer) is a platform for stories of travel and adventure, as well as research articles on a variety of topics related to exploration.

If you have a story or research article that you feel would be a good fit for MOE, I’d be excited to read it!

Please get in touch at bryce_sellers@outlook.com

Some background information on myself:

I graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Cultural Anthropology (2017). Upon graduating,  I received a research grant from The Explorers Club (explorers.org) to conduct an Ethnographic study in Southwestern Yunnan Province, China.

I have my written report posted on this blog (EC Report- Xishuanbanna, China)

I have also written a travel guide for the region of Xishuangbanna, in Southeast Asia Backpacker that can be read here

Since returning from Asia in 2017, I have been busy writing, working at various jobs and doing more traveling across the lower 48 and abroad. I am currently working on two books.

I have a strong inclination for travel writing but also for anthropological research, foreign policy and occasionally space exploration.

If you are interested in working with me, please email bryce_sellers@outlook.com

Recent Posts

Analysis of Sinn Fein's Victory in The 2020 Irish Election

In what will probably be the top story in Irish politics this year, Sinn Fein, the oldest and most controversial political party in Ireland, scored an enormous upset in the 2020 general election, winning 37 of the 160 seats in the Irish Dail (the Irish house of representatives). The results sent shockwaves across Ireland and … Continue reading Analysis of Sinn Fein's Victory in The 2020 Irish Election

Exploring The English Language; The Lingua Franca

In the early twenty-first century, it goes without saying that the English language holds the title of Lingua Franca on Planet Earth. It is the language of international diplomacy, business, science and broader culture. Lingua Franca, is a latin term that more or less means, global language. It first came into use during the era … Continue reading Exploring The English Language; The Lingua Franca

Exploring "Stranger in The Village of The Sick"

“Time and experience have taught me that everyone, especially cancer patients, can benefit from the world of sorcery.” -Paul Stoller, Anthropologist It is well understood that being diagnosed with cancer is a devastating prognosis. However, given the uncomfortable realities associated with the illness, the topic remains for most, something that is out of sight, out … Continue reading Exploring "Stranger in The Village of The Sick"

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