AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology. In each episode, we explore what anthropology teaches us about the world and people around us.
70. What Does Anthropology Sound Like: Podcasts
Anthropology can be presented in various forms - what does it mean to share anthropology through podcasts? In the latest episode in the What Does Anthropology Sound Like series, we explore anthropological podcasts as method and as output. This episode features Dr. María Eugenia Ulfe Young (from the Nuestras Historias desde Cuninico podcast), PhD Candidate Anuli Akanegbu (creator of BLK IRL®), and Dr. Dominic Boyer (co-creator of the Cultures of Energy podcast).
Find the transcription and show-notes here: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/what-does-anthropology-sound-like-podcasts
Find our guests' podcasts:
Nuestras Historias Desde Cuninico - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063634656075
BLK IRL® - https://www.blkirl.com/
Cultures of Energy - https://culturesofenergy.rice.edu/
69. Anthropology Conferencing in Hybrid Space
In this AnthroPod episode, we provide a retrospective on the Virtual Otherwise conference from the perspective of the local node in Agria, Greece. Touching on matters of accessibility, engagement, and multimodality, we ask: Whither anthropology conferencing?
68. Conducting Fieldwork in the United States
This episode is devoted to thinking through the specificity of the United States as a place in which to conduct fieldwork.
For show notes, please visit : https://culanth.org/fieldsights/contributed-content/anthropod
67. AnthroPod Talks Abortion
In this episode, Professors Sophie Bjork-James, Carolyn Sufrin, and Elise Andaya share what the anthropology of abortion looks like in their fieldsites and how those sites will change in a post-Roe world, and we break down this topic with the help of other scholars of reproduction.
For show notes, please visit https://culanth.org/fieldsights/anthropod-talks-abortion
66. The Sound of Borders, Pt. 2: Active Citizenship
In part 2 of our series on sound and borders, cultural geographer Tom Western talks with Nick Smith about the work of the Syrian and Greek Youth Forum (SGYF) in Athens, Greece. Featuring sound clips created by the SGYF team, the discussion unpacks the concept of active citizenship and the ways that sound can challenge the static character of border regimes in Greece and throughout the Mediterranean. For show-notes visit
65. What Solidarity Does
This is the second episode in the series "What Concepts Do." In this episode, Contributing Editor Sharon Jacobs unpacks the concept of solidarity, alongside anthropologists Darryl Li, Amahl Bishara, Lesley Gill, and Dimitrios Theodossopoulos. What is solidarity, and who can practice it? Is solidarity something we do within communities, or beside allies? What are some of the shortcomings and challenges of solidarity? For show-notes and resources, visit https://culanth.org/fieldsights/what-solidarity-does
Thanks for this great podcast. I'm really enjoying the interviews and ideas for shows. I look forward to more!