Tag: SAPIENS

SAPIENS Public Scholars Training Fellowship Q&A

MarkR , June 15th, 2022


With the support of a three-year grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the SAPIENS Public Scholars Training Fellowship program guides


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SAPIENS Public Scholars Training Fellowship

MarkR , June 15th, 2022


General With the support of a three-year grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the SAPIENS Public Scholars Training Fellowship program


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“SAPIENS Talk Back” Podcast Series Starting January 26th!

MarkR , January 7th, 2022


  Mark your calendar for January 26th when the Archaeology Centers Coalition and RadioCIAMS present “SAPIENS Talk Back”: eight conversations with students


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Apply Now! Wenner-Gren Foundation SAPIENS Public Fellowship Program

MarkR , August 13th, 2021


Wenner-Gren Foundation SAPIENS Public Fellowship Program The Wenner-Gren Foundation invites applications for its Public Fellowship program. This year, the program


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SAPIENS Workshop: A Masterclass in Writing for the Public

MarkR , July 22nd, 2021


This workshop provides training in transforming anthropological research into op-eds or essays for a broad public. Taught by expert editors


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Webinar 4/7: Black and Indigenous Futures

MarkR , March 26th, 2021


We are excited to announce the next webinar sponsored by the Society of Black Archaeologists, Indigenous Archaeology Collective, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Cornell Institute


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Webinar 3/3: The Fire This Time: Black and Indigenous Ecologies

MarkR , February 25th, 2021


We are excited to announce the next webinar sponsored by the Society of Black Archaeologists, Indigenous Archaeology Collective, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Cornell Institute


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Identifying the Hidden Costs of Archaeological Field Schools: A Survey from the Coalition of Archaeology Centers

MarkR , February 18th, 2021


This survey seeks information on student experiences with managing the financial costs of archaeological field schools, including the experiences of


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Webinar Series: From the Margins to the Mainstream: Black and Indigenous Futures in Archaeology

MarkR , September 28th, 2020


If you haven’t already please be sure to check out the ongoing monthly webinar series, “From the Margins to the


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Watch Now: Anti-Blackness: Readings on Violence, Resistance, and Repair

MarkR , June 18th, 2020


On Wednesday, June 17, the Wenner-Gren Foundation and SAPIENS joined forces to share excerpts from four critically significant and deeply


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Cooking Up an International Market for Quinoa – new essay by Adam Gamwell and Corinna Howland out today on SAPIENS!

Gamwell , August 16th, 2017


Hey there in Anthro Land, we’re thrilled to let you know TAL’s Adam Gamwell and Corinna Howland have published a feature photo essay on everyone’s favorite food – quinoa…


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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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TAL + SM: Anthropology and Science Journalism, A New Genre?

This Anthro Life , June 21st, 2017


Click here to check out the podcast This Anthro Life – Savage Minds Crossover Series, part 3 by Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins This Anthro Life has teamed…


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FreeThink 5: Finding Balance in the Midst of Burnout

Gamwell , April 12th, 2017


Freethink #5: Finding Balance in the midst of Burnout In this week’s free think Ryan and Adam talk burning out and finding balance. They reflect on their travels…


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Sapiens: Good (Maybe Great) But Not Transformational (So Far)

Rex , February 1st, 2016


Last week marked the launch of Sapiens, a brand new website bankrolled by the Wenner-Gren Foundation. The unveiling is especially welcome to those of us who think about public…


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2016: Trends in Teaching, Publishing, and Anthropology

Anne , January 19th, 2016


2015 was a bit of blur for me. I spent the bulk of the year in a post-concussive haze. Thankfully, our team pulled in some great syllabi to…


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