Cameron is a writer, editor and underwater anthropologist in Melbourne, Australia. After a decade in Tokyo working as an arts journalist, he began doctoral studies at Deakin University involving fieldwork with scientists and divers at coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean. Cameron is a former books and culture editor for The Japan Times, and a past contributor to CNN, ArtAsiaPacific, Dwell, Apartamento, and art-agenda.
Rituals and celebrations
More radical and practical than Stoicism – discover Shugendō
by Tim Bunting
Change and self-development
Personal transformation can start with a whisper, not a bang
by Jennifer Windt
Your consciousness has been completely transformed. Now what?
by Kevin Berryman
A game is not a game without a special kind of conflict
by Eric Zimmerman
If you want psychedelic healing, your ego may need to die
by Natasha Mason, Athena Demertzi & Johannes G Ramaekers
Values and beliefs
Do you have a duty to tell people they’re wrong about carrots?
by Giulia Terzian & M Inés Corbalán
Work and vocation
Kafka warned us: surveillance turns the watched into watchers
by George Alliger
Heartbreak is more than a metaphor. Are you at risk?
by Sian Harding
Meaning and the good life
The immortalists have got it wrong – here’s why we need death
by Susan Cain
Stories and literature
In Viking sagas, the ‘truth’ is a tangle of history and fiction
by Anatoly Liberman
Nature and the environment
What does water want? Most humans seem to have forgotten
by Erica Gies
Our children will need to find the beauty in our burnt planet
by Stephen J Pyne