Dr. Magliveras is an assistant professor of cultural anthropology, Department of Global studies, KFUPM Business school. He has written on a wide range of subjects. The primary focus has been on Global forces effecting local populations, immigration and identity. He has written about Albanians in Greece, the Hmong in Laos and most recently he has written about Filipinos and their lives in the Middle-East, more specifically their lives in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
MA in cultural anthropology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln – USA
PhD in cultural anthropology from Durham University – UK
The Impressions of Filipinos and Indonesians of Living and Working in Saudi Arabia.” The Migration Conference 2021 Selected Papers. Vol. 20. Transnational Press London, 2021.
“Hmong Textiles, Symmetries, Perception and Culture.” Symmetry, 2020, 12.11): 1829.
“Understanding Policy in Immigration.” Agency and Immigration Policy. ed. Dr. Simeon S. Magliveras, Transnational Press,2020, London pg.1-6.
“Immigration Agents in Bahrain: An Exploration of the Immigration Policy Nexus.” Agency and Immigration Policy”. ed. Dr. Simeon S. Magliveras, 2020, pg. 105-117., Transnational Press, London
“Halo-Halo, Nostalgia and Navigating Life for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW’s) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” in Exclusion and Inclusion in International Migration: Power, Resistance and Identity,2019, ed. Dr A. Teke-Lloyd. Transnational Press, London