The name of Nikola Tesla, the greatest scientist of all times, you will neither find in textbooks in the United States, where he spent most of his creative life, nor in the syllabus at universities in the Western World. Why? Now we have the Tesla electric car, but almost nobody I talked with, in Australia, America, Western Europe, knew “where that strange name for this new car came from”. How could that happen?
Anya is a Professor of World Literature, winning three October prizes for her poetry and scientific work in literature. She travels the world conducting seminars and giving lectures on Nikola Tesla. Anya has presented at the International Tesla Science Conference in Philadelphia and Belgrade and at the B.C. University in Canada. She has appeared on TV and radio shows worldwide, and for more than two decades she has been dedicated to alternative healing.