Tag: Podcasts

Academic Hiring Rituals Podcast by APLA: Hiring in Norway

Jennifer Curtis , October 9th, 2022


Presented by the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology Our third podcast episode explores how Norwegian anthropology departments hire.  Every … More


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Academic Hiring Rituals Podcast by APLA: UK Hiring

Jennifer Curtis , September 1st, 2022


Presented by the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology Our second podcast episode explores how UK anthropology departments hire.  Every … More


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Academic Hiring Rituals Podcast by APLA: Law School Hiring

Jennifer Curtis , July 13th, 2022


This series on academic hiring for anthropologists asks academics in different countries with considerable experience on hiring committees how hiring works in their academic systems to enable applican…


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Podcast Episode: Lena Kaufmann on rural migration and agro-technological change

rgchinawebmaster , October 21st, 2021


NEW! A new TechnoViews podcast with anthropologist Lena Kaufmann discussing her new book on rural migration and agro-technological change in contemporary China. Available on major streaming platforms …


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What FoodAnthropology Is Reading Now, January 28, 2021

foodanthro , January 29th, 2021


David Beriss The pandemic grinds on and we read. We read and we listen to podcasts, which proliferate like tribbles, making it impossible to keep up with all…


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Podcasting for Anthropologists: Ethical and Technical Considerations

Heid Jerstadt , November 14th, 2019


Are you an anthropologist considering podcasting? Then this post is for you Sound is widely accessible, it conveys nuances of emotion, atmosphere and tensions in ways that are…


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Are podcasts a wasteland? (with a post script about Kurt Wagner)

Grant , October 31st, 2018


This image of Rebecca Walker is from the Wikipedia entry for Third Wave Feminism (I can’t find an attribution for the image on this page or the one…


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Coding Culture III: Four More (Advanced) Hacks for the Digital Anthropology Classroom

Katherine Cook , April 20th, 2017


This is the third post in a multi-part blog series in which Katherine Cook shares her experiences integrating digital anthropology into her teaching. The applications for digital technology in…


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Things that Make Us

Haidy Geismar , August 6th, 2016


Via The Institute of Making Zoe Laughlin of UCL’s Institute of Making has a new podcast, Things That Make Us. Following the model of Desert Island Discs, each week, Laughlin interviews…


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#Podcast Interview Round Up January-April: New Books in Anthropology – REDUX

Ian M. Cook , July 27th, 2016


Hi there pod-pickers, here’s another earful of podcasts for you to squeeze into your drums, freshly prepared by our audiophile associates New Books in Anthropology. As ever each…


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Talking Anthropology: Podcasting for the Public (Part 1) authored by TAL

Gamwell , June 29th, 2016


This Anthropological Life has joined the blogosphere! This article is a glimpse into where we see anthro podcasting today and in the future. Stay tuned for part 2…


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Life in America

Lindsay A. Bell , May 3rd, 2016


This is the first in a two-part post in which Lindsay A. Bell (SUNY Oswego) describes her attempt to organize a senior seminar course around producing a podcast…


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Ghosts in the Machine: Supernatural Podcasts and the Resurgence of Radio Horror

Emma Louise Backe , March 18th, 2016


By Emma Louise Backe The problem of nostalgia has become a common refrain among pop culture critics. Many claimed that The Force Awakens’ success could be almost entirely…


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Frightening Fictions: Lore Podcast Review

Emma Louise Backe , August 28th, 2015


By Emma Louise Backe Journalists are widely speculating that we live in the “Golden Age” of podcasts, ushered in by the success of podcasts like Serial or Invisibilia….


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Check Out the New Anthropod Podcast on Open Access

Jason Baird Jackson , February 20th, 2014


I really enjoyed listening to the new Anthropod podcast on open access in anthropology. Focusing on the move of Cultural Anthropology to an open access model, hosts Bascom…


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