27 episodes

Anthropological Airwaves is the official podcast of American Anthropologist, the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. It is a venue for highlighting the polyphony of voices across the discipline’s four fields and the infinite—and often overlapping—subfields within them. Through conversations, experiments in sonic ethnography, ethnographic journalism, and other (primarily but not exclusively) aural formats, Anthropological Airwaves endeavors to explore the conceptual, methodological, and pedagogical issues that shape anthropology’s past, present, and future; experiment with new ways of conversing, listening, and asking questions; and collaboratively and collectively push the boundaries of what constitutes anthropological knowledge production. Anthropological Airwaves shares the journal’s commitment to advancing research on the archaeological, biological, linguistic, and sociocultural aspects of the human experience by featuring the work of those who study and practice anthropology within and beyond the academy.

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Anthropological Airwaves is the official podcast of American Anthropologist, the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. It is a venue for highlighting the polyphony of voices across the discipline’s four fields and the infinite—and often overlapping—subfields within them. Through conversations, experiments in sonic ethnography, ethnographic journalism, and other (primarily but not exclusively) aural formats, Anthropological Airwaves endeavors to explore the conceptual, methodological, and pedagogical issues that shape anthropology’s past, present, and future; experiment with new ways of conversing, listening, and asking questions; and collaboratively and collectively push the boundaries of what constitutes anthropological knowledge production. Anthropological Airwaves shares the journal’s commitment to advancing research on the archaeological, biological, linguistic, and sociocultural aspects of the human experience by featuring the work of those who study and practice anthropology within and beyond the academy.

    S03ish E05: Voices To Remember // Voci da Ricordare (English)

    S03ish E05: Voices To Remember // Voci da Ricordare (English)

    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 Italian course of Cognitive Anthropology at the University of Siena; Luciano Giannelli - Professor of Glottology and South American Indigenous Languages at the University of Siena, and Paola Tine - PhD Candidate in Social Anthropology and Development Studies at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

    This episode was originally recorded in Italian, and we are excited to be able to make both the Italian version and in English. For the original conversation in Italian, please look for the title "S03-ish E05: Voci da Ricordare" in your Anthro Airwaves podcast feed.

    Transcript: https://www.americananthropologist.org/season-3-episode-5-voices-to-remember/transcript-english

    Closed Caption: https://youtu.be/MuhrGH4JoGk

    Supplemental Dossier: https://www.americananthropologist.org/season-3-episode-5-voices-to-remember/dossier-english

    Credits:
    Producer/Editor/Engineer - Paola Tine
    Executive Producer - Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro: "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects: Mike Koenig

    • 46 min
    S03-ish E05: Voci da Ricordare // Voices to Remember (Italian)

    S03-ish E05: Voci da Ricordare // Voices to Remember (Italian)

    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 Italian course of Cognitive Anthropology at the University of Siena; Luciano Giannelli - Professor of Glottology and South American Indigenous Languages at the University of Siena, and Paola Tine - PhD Candidate in Social Anthropology and Development Studies at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

    This episode was originally recorded in Italian, and we are excited to be able to make both the Italian version and in English. For the dubbed version in English, please look for the title "S03-ish E05: Voices to Remember" in your Anthro Airwaves podcast feed.


    Trascrizione: https://www.americananthropologist.org/season-3-episode-5-voices-to-remember/transcript-italian

    Sottotitoli: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DFH38kIF3o&t=17s

    Dossier Supplementare: https://www.americananthropologist.org/season-3-episode-5-voices-to-remember/dossier-italian

    Credits:
    Producer/Editor/Engineer - Paola Tine
    Executive Producer - Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro: "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects: Mike Koenig

    • 48 min
    S03-ish E04 (Crossover): Talking Culture

    S03-ish E04 (Crossover): Talking Culture

    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 the lens of anthropology as well as issues within the discipline of anthropology itself.

    What We Talked About:
    Barbash, Ilisa & Lucien Castaing-Taylor. 2009. Sweetgrass. https://grasshopperfilm.com/film/sweetgrass/
    Castaing-Taylor, Lucien. Véréna Paravel. 2012. Levianthan.
    https://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/lucien-castaing-taylor-verena-paravel-leviathan-2012/
    Talking Culture: https://www.talkingculture.ca/

    Closed-Caption: https://youtu.be/Iuz8YLI3aOQ
    Transcript:

    Credits:
    Associate Editor / Executive Producer - Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro: "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects: Mike Koenig

    • 1 hr 16 min
    S03-ish E03 (Crossover): AnthroDish

    S03-ish E03 (Crossover): AnthroDish

    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 talked about:
    AnthroDish Episode 10: https://www.anthrodish.com/episodes/trinamoyles?rq=trina%20moyles
    AnthroDish Episode 86: Seedkeeping and Land Back with Tiffany Traverse of 4th Sister Farm: https://www.anthrodish.com/episodes/tiffanytraverse

    Transcript: https://www.americananthropologist.org/podcast/season-3-episode-3-anthrodish
    Close-Captioned: https://youtu.be/ZnVkUfQ8zmI

    Credits:
    Associate Editor / Executive Producer: Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro: "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects: Mike Koenig

    • 23 min
    S03-ish E02 (Crossover): Zora's Daughters

    S03-ish E02 (Crossover): Zora's Daughters

    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, and popular culture.

    What We Talked About:
    Tynes, Brendane. 2020. "How Do We Listen to the Living." Anthropology News, August 31. https://anthropology-news.org/index.php/2020/08/31/how-do-we-listen-to-the-living/
    Zora's Daughters' Reaction to How Not To Travel Like a Basic B*tch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LwlaoKFLKI
    Zora's Daughters Semester 2 Episode 16 - "The Empire Claps Back" https://zorasdaughters.com/episodes/the-empire-claps-back/

    Closed-Caption: https://youtu.be/_pryRC0oBDM
    Transcript: https://www.americananthropologist.org/podcast/season-3-episode-2-zoras-daughters

    Credits: Associate Editor / Executive Producer - Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro: "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects: Mike Koenig

    • 1 hr 35 min
    S03-ish E01 (Crossover): BLK IRL

    S03-ish E01 (Crossover): BLK IRL

    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 dynamics at play in the act of cultural exchange.

    What We Talked About:

    BLK IRL - www.blkirl.com
    Podcasting As Scholarship by Anuli Akanegbu - http://www.americananthropologist.org/2021/04/29/podcasts-as-a-form-of-scholarship/
    Briggs, Charles. 1986. Learning How to Ask. Cambridge: Cambrige University Press.

    Transcript: http://www.americananthropologist.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/S03E01_BLKIRL_Transcript_FINALtimestamped.pdf
    Closed Caption: https://youtu.be/IQwOFzPjy2I

    Credits:
    Associate Editor / Executive Producer - Anar Parikh
    Intro/Outro - "Waiting" by Crowander"
    Sound Effects - Mike Koenig

    • 1 hr 18 min

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