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Anthropological Airwaves

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This is the first of two episodes based on interviews recorded at the 2019 African Critical Inquiry Workshop: African Ethnographies conference that was held at the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town, South Africa by Sara Rendell and Di
Anthropological Airwaves is pleased to present “Voices to Remember: Conversation on the Digital Archive of Indigenous America” a conversation between Massimo Squillacciotti - Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and the founder of the first Itali
Anthropological Airwaves is pleased to present “Voices to Remember: Conversation on the Digital Archive of Indigenous America” a conversation between Massimo Squillacciotti - Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and the founder of the first Itali
In the fourth episode of this mini-season, "Crossover," Anar Parikh chats with Daniel Chiu Castillo, Meghan McGill, and Alejandra Melian-Morse, the trio behind Talking Culture--an anthropology podcast that looks at issues in the world through t
In the third episode of this mini-season, "Crossover," Anar Parikh chats with Sarah Duignan, of Anthro Dish--a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. AnthroDish: https://www.anthrodish.com/ What we t
In the second episode of this mini-season, "Crossover," Anar Parikh chats with Alyssa James and Brendane Tynes, the creators of Zora's Daughters--a society and culture podcast that uses Black feminist anthropology to think about race, politics,
In the latest episode of Anthropological Airwaves, Anar Parikh talks to Anuli Akanegbu, a PhD student at NYU and a transdisciplinary scholar, about her project BLK IRL -- a podcast that explores the business of "influencing" and the power dyna
Anthropological Airwaves will be back soon for Season 3-ish with the theme "Crossover." Transcript: http://www.americananthropologist.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/S03E00_Teaser_Transcript-timestamped.pdf Closed Captioned: https://youtu.be/
In Episode 13 of Anthropological Airwaves, producer Diego Arispe-Bazan introduces two interviews, one between Penn grad student Josh Franklin and Professor Carolyn Sufrin. They discuss her recent book "Jailcare: Finding the Safety Net for Women
In Episode 12 of Anthropological Airwaves, producer Nooshin Sadeq-Samimi interviews Laura Kunreuther. They cover a range of issues related to how voice and sound figure into the political process, focusing on Kunreuther's monograph "Voicing Sub
In this follow-up to our two-part special feature on the 2018 Museum Ethnographer's Group conference "Decolonizing the Museum in Practice", held in April of last year we interview Dr. Wayne Modest, director of the Research Center for Material C
In Episode 11 of Anthropological Airwaves, we speak with Professors Adia Benton of Northwestern University and Miriam Ticktin of The New School about multimodal and public anthropology through the lens of humanitarianism. Benton shows us how vi
In Episode 10 of Anthropological Airwaves, we talk with Tiffany Earley-Spadoni (University of Central Florida) and Stefani Crabtree (Penn State) about digital archaeology, covering both its more humanistic and computational modes. Earley-Spadon
In this two-part special feature we think with the Museum Ethnographer's Group conference "Decolonizing the Museum in Practice", held in April of this year (http://www.museumethnographersgroup.org.uk/en/conference/422-2018-conference-decolonisi
In this two-part special feature we think with the Museum Ethnographer's Group conference "Decolonizing the Museum in Practice", held in April of this year (http://www.museumethnographersgroup.org.uk/en/conference/422-2018-conference-decolonisi
In Episode 9 of Anthropological Airwaves, we talk with Adrienne Lo (Waterloo) and Jonathan Rosa (Stanford) about race and language in Korea and the United States. In conversation with Kristina Nielsen and Diego Arispe-Bazán, Lo and Rosa identif
In the fourth and final episode of the series, anthropologist and physician Omar Dewachi (American University of Beirut) discusses war as a form of governance, drawing on years of ethnographic research on the breakdown of health care in Iraq as
This four-part series on “The Military Present” features interviews with scholars of war and militarism that explore how our present is shaped by the technologies, logics, histories, and economy of war. Episode 3 features an interview with Waz
This four-part series explores various aspects of how the present is shaped by war. To do so, we've invited anthropologists to help us make sense of the current political moment. Episode 2 features an interview with Madiha Tahir, focusing on
Welcome back to Anthropological Airwaves! We're excited to share a special feature with you: "The Military Present," produced by Vasiliki Touhouliotis and Emily Sogn. This four-part series explores various aspects of how the present is shaped
In Episode 8 of Anthropological Airwaves, we catch up with Dr. Laurence Ralph (Harvard) at the AAAs to talk about his ethnographic work on violence, injury, and healing on Chicago's South Side. Credits: On-the-Street: Sarah Carson Interviewer:
In Episode 7 of Anthropological Airwaves, we sat down with Ralph Holloway (Columbia) and Shara Bailey (NYU) to talk about the different methods biological anthropologists use to study human evolution through comparative anatomy and more! Credi
In Episode 6 of Anthropological Airwaves, we interview Carolyn Rouse and Brent Luvaas about their multi-modal research into various projects of self-making and becoming in religious and fashion media. Credits Interviewers: Tali Ziv and Kyle Ol
This episode features timely interviews with Jason De León and Hilary Parsons Dick about immigration policy and immigration discourse in relation to Trump's border wall, as well as the roles and responsibilities that anthropologists have in the
On this episode of Anthropological Airwaves, we sat down with Stephanie Mach of the Penn Museum for two conversations, the first with Monique Scott of Bryn Mawr College and the second with Salam Al Kuntar of the Penn Cultural Heritage Center. B
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