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Getting Down to Business and Making a Career with Anthropology: Guest Podcast w Adam Gamwell on Anthro Perspectives

Missing Link Studios , October 23rd, 2020

This Anthro Life is based on lifting up the voices and value of anthropologists and human scientists in all fields through sharing their stories, thought leadership, struggles, and…

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Poking Living Things with a Stick: The Culture of Forensics with Lilly White

Missing Link Studios , September 30th, 2020

When most people think of forensics or forensic anthropology the first thing that comes to mind are TV shows like CSI or Bones, or maybe in Six Feet…

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How to Study Meaning at Scale: AI and Big Data Ethnography, Microcultures and the Future of Innovation w/ Ujwal Arkalgud

Missing Link Studios , August 18th, 2020

BOOK GIVEAWAY!! We’ve got 20 copies of Ujwal’s book Microcultures to give away to listeners. The first 20 people to email me at requesting a copy will…

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Cyberpsychology: How Life Online Shapes our Minds and What We Can Do About It w Julie Ancis

Missing Link Studios , July 17th, 2020

It’s no surprise that many of us find ourselves increasingly on mobile devices or the internet. We shop online with ease, connect with friends and family on social…

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A Neuroscientist and Marketer walk into a bar: Neuromarketing and the hidden ways marketing reshapes our brains with Matt Johnson and Prince Ghuman

Missing Link Studios , June 28th, 2020

Ever wonder why certain new ideas stick while others don’t? We often hear a lot about innovation when it comes to new ideas, but really that’s only part…

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The Connected Cup: Coffee, Tea, Happiness and Visual Storytelling Around the Globe with Documentarian Brooke Bierhaus

Missing Link Studios , June 5th, 2020

What is it about coffee and tea – two simple drinks – that both transcends culture and is intimately bound up by it? In this episode, Adam talks…

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Beyond the Prototype: Navigating that Fuzzy Area between Ideas and Outcomes with Douglas Ferguson

Missing Link Studios , May 6th, 2020

Today we talk with Voltage Control president Douglas Ferguson and we’re taking you beyond the prototype. If you ever run a design sprint, or even if you simply…

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How Do You Make a 2.4 Billion Dollar Observatory Disappear?

Missing Link Studios , March 29th, 2020

The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) is a next-generation observatory currently under development that has created a watershed moment for the scientific community and Hawaiian society. This is because…

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A Virus Without Borders: The Design of Public Health, Inequality, and Hope

Missing Link Studios , March 21st, 2020

Produced in collaboration with Experience by Design.  We are witnessing a moment in our lifetimes that we will hopefully never see again. The world is gripped in a…

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The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity w/ Byron Reese

Missing Link Studios , March 13th, 2020

Gigaom CEO, publisher and author of “The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity” stops by virtually to chat with Adam and guest host…

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Will We Find God with this Machine? Introducing Starstruck

Missing Link Studios , February 13th, 2020

The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) is a next-generation observatory currently under development that has created a watershed moment for the scientific community and Hawaiian society. This is because…

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Brands and the Business of Relationships with Bill Fleming

Missing Link Studios , January 13th, 2020

Bill Fleming stops by to chat with Adam about branding, marketing and design. Bill is a Boston-based Independent Brand & Marketing Strategist, and Business Consultant for Designers. On…

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Happiness and the Goodlife According to the Aztecs w/ Dr. Ryan Collins

Missing Link Studios , January 1st, 2020

A happy New Years! Enjoy this mini-episode with Adam and Dr. Ryan Collins exploring happiness and the good life according the Aztecs. New Years is a great time…

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Robots, Science Fiction, and the Anthropological Imagination: a Guest Podcast TAL’s Adam Gamwell on Trending in Education

Missing Link Studios , December 17th, 2019

Special guest podcast! – Adam Gamwell guests on Trending in Education with Mike Palmer.   For this week’s extra, Mike is joined by Design  Anthropologist and Podcaster, Dr…

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Why More Security Never Feels Like Enough, by Astrid Countee: Storyslamming Anthropology Series #3

Missing Link Studios , November 18th, 2019

Why More Security Never Feels like Enough Storyslamming Anthropology Series, Story 3. Written and Performed by Astrid Countee In recent years, the terms Public and Anthropology have been…

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100 Years of Beauty and the Beast of YouTube with Chris Chan

Missing Link Studios , October 23rd, 2019

in this episode, Adam and guest host Leslie Walker talk with visual anthropologist and film producer Chris Chan, producer of the 100 Years of Beauty series on YouTube….

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Design Research is Anthropology Applied with Amy Santee

Missing Link Studios , September 27th, 2019

At long last we are back! In this episode host Adam Gamwell talks with Design Researcher and Strategist Amy Santee.  This is one of these conversations that’s a…

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Backpacks and Toe tags: Life and Death on the US-Mexico Border w/ Jason de León

Missing Link Studios , August 28th, 2019

In this special interview, TAL’s Ryan Collins talks with scholar, activist and artist Jason de Leon about the ongoing humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexico border. In addition to…

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Where Qualitative Meets Quantitative Data w/ Delve co-founders LaiYee Ho and Alex Limpaecher

Missing Link Studios , August 14th, 2019

In this episode Adam Gamwell talks with Alex Limpaecher and LaiYee Ho, co-Founders of Delve. While Delve is a qualitative research suite, to help code transcripts, find insight,…

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