Tag: podcasting

ResonanceCast from Allegra Lab

Ian M. Cook , August 11th, 2021


ResonanceCast is a new multimodal series from Allegra Lab that seeks to tease out timely shared concerns. After their articles have been published on Allegra Lab, we invite…


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How podcasting can help us rethink higher education

Ian M. Cook , August 11th, 2021


Podcasts can improve access to research and offer an innovative way to assess student learning, who so said I in an article  I wrote for Times Higher Education…


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Urban Arena – a podcast about sustainable and just cities

Ian M. Cook , August 11th, 2021


Urban Arena – a podcast about sustainable and just cities Cities can play a crucial role in creating just and sustainable futures. Urban Arena is a series of…


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Critique of podcasting as an anthropological method

Ian M. Cook , November 2nd, 2020


You: Can podcasts be used as a method in anthropology? Me: Yes! You: How? Why? To what ends? But what about (INSERT CONCERN HERE)? Oh, wow it might…


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Anthrocasts: some things I learned starting an anthropology podcast

Ian Pollock , November 4th, 2018


If you can, cultivate relationships with some people who will give you honest feedback, always make it clear to your listeners that you welcome their point of view,…


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Ep. #13 TFS presents Anthropod: “Podcasts and Pedagogy: audio in the anthropology classroom”

The Familiar Strange , April 29th, 2018


“Storytelling: that’s part of the power of podcasts, and just the power of ethnography in general, to really have people tell their own stories. And I think it’s…


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Anthrocasts: When communities speak, listen and learn

Ian Pollock , March 14th, 2018


Online ethnography, where researchers may never share a physical space with the participants in their research, is finding its methodological feet. Combine that with an analysis of these…


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Conversations and Podcasting as Social Technology

Gamwell , July 14th, 2017


This episode is a little different from our normal content. In it we feature a presentation Adam gave for Pivotal Labs in which he explores This Anthro Life’s (and…


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Writing “in my Culture” w/ Zoe Wool and Alex Golub of Savage Minds

Gamwell , June 7th, 2017


Click the image above to read the blog post on Savage Minds What a title! This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a…


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FreeThink 3: PRX Podcast Garage Meetups, Building Bridges, and Expanding the Podcast

Gamwell , December 5th, 2016


Do you need Podcast advice? How is social media transforming the nature of protesting? Can we hatch a good episode out of chickens? Join us in our latest…


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Talking Anthropology: Podcasting and Its Potential for the Discipline (Part Two)

Gamwell , September 30th, 2016


We’re back with another post from our friends at Teaching Culture blog! This time we explore podcasting and its potential for Anthropology. Here’s an excerpt, and be sure to…


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Talking Anthropology: Podcasting and Its Potential for the Discipline (Part Two)

Adam Gamwell , September 29th, 2016


By Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins In our first post, we discussed the inspiration and goals behind, as well as the cosmology around, This Anthropological Life. In this…


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Talking Anthropology: Podcasting for the Public (Part One)

Adam Gamwell , June 28th, 2016


Following on a recent piece by Lindsay A. Bell on Podcast Pedagogy, this two-part post explores the potential of the podcast medium outside of traditional academic settings, taking…


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