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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.

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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.

    74. Sounds of the Margins: Podcasting as Alternative Archives

    74. Sounds of the Margins: Podcasting as Alternative Archives

    In this episode, fellow podcasters, Frankie Younger and Dr. Anthony Jerry share how they combined podcasting with community engagement to create podcasts as archival spaces for the voices of historically marginalized communities.

    • 57 min
    73. What New Media Does

    73. What New Media Does

    In our latest episode in this series What Concepts Do we welcome guest producer Nazlı Özkan, who leads us through a discussion of New Media. How has newness been produced as a feature of media in different political and historical contexts, and how can anthropological approaches help us understand how technological novelty becomes a part of statecraft, activism, and everyday life?

    • 56 min
    72. Astro-Colonialism: Conversation with Willi Lempert

    72. Astro-Colonialism: Conversation with Willi Lempert

    In this episode, Dr. Willi Lempert discusses anthropology of outer space, focusing on historical and ongoing forms of colonialism on and off of Earth, as well as indigenous futurisms and alternative imaginations of outer space.
    Our interview with Dr. Lempert was conducted in May 2023.
    For more, visit https://culanth.org/fieldsights/astro-colonialism-conversation-with-willi-lempert

    • 40 min
    71. AnthroBites: Disability

    71. AnthroBites: Disability

    AnthroBites: Disability with Dr. Arseli Dokumaci.
    AnthroBites is a series from the AnthroPod team, designed to make anthropology more digestible. Each episode tackles a key concept, text, or theme, and breaks it down into manageable, bite-sized chunks. In this episode, Dr. Arseli Dokumaci discusses disability, ethnography, and her recent book Activist Affordances.
    Our interview with Dr. Dokumaci was conducted in May 2023.
    Show notes: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/anthrobites-disability

    • 20 min
    70. What Does Anthropology Sound Like: Podcasts

    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/

    • 56 min
    69. Anthropology Conferencing in Hybrid Space

    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?

    • 19 min

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