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AnthroPod: Society for Cultural Anthropology Podcast

AnthroPod: Society for Cultural Anthropology Podcast

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AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.


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31. Socializing Through Technology: Pok?mon GO in Downtown Detroit

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Tue, Apr 11, 2017


Guest podcaster David Lein examines the impact of Pok?mon GO on communities, both digital and physical, in conversation with Michigan-based scholars John Cheney-Lippold, Eric Montgomery, and individuals in Detroit who are using Pok?mon GO.

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30. Outer Space Trilogy 3: Ice Cream And Architecture

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Tue, Mar 14, 2017


In the third and final episode in our trilogy on outer space, anthropologist Valerie Olson discusses systems thinking in the Anthropocene, off-world architecture and garbage, as well as food and health beyond Earth.

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29. Outer Space Trilogy 2: Moon Dust And Cosmo/politics

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Tue, Feb 14, 2017


In the second episode in our trilogy on outer space, anthropologist Debbora Battaglia discusses cosmo/politics, the diary of a space zucchini, and the social life of moon dust. For more, visit culanth.org.

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28. The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Anthropologists Reflect on What Just Happened

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Jan 26, 2017


The role of race, class, gender, neoliberalism, and more in the 2016 election discussed by leading anthropologists.

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27. Outer Space Trilogy 1: Haircuts And Billionaires

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Jan 09, 2017


In the first episode in our trilogy on outer space, anthropologist David Valentine discusses haircuts in space, the colonization of Mars, the rise of the billionaire-led NewSpace community. For more, visit culanth.org.

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26. Alma Gottlieb on Experiments in Ethnographic Writing

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Nov 16, 2016


In this episode, Dr. Alma Gottlieb discusses her approach to ethnographic writing. For more, visit culanth.org.

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Anthropod Episode 25. Anna Tsing on Landscapes and the Anthropocene

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Jul 06, 2016


Anna Tsing on Landscapes and the Anthropocene

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24. (Higher Quality) Charlene Makley on Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, May 11, 2016


Anthropod talks with Prof. Charlene Makley (Reed College) about her article, "The Sociopolitical Lives of Dead Bodies: Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests as Mass Media." For more, visit culanth.org

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24. Charlene Makley on Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, May 02, 2016


Anthropod talks with Prof. Charlene Makley (Reed College) about her article, "The Sociopolitical Lives of Dead Bodies: Tibetan Self-Immolation Protests as Mass Media." For more, visit culanth.org

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23. Sverker Finnstr?m and Federica Guglielmo on fieldwork and morality.

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Fri, Mar 25, 2016


AnthroPod talked with Sverker Finnstr?m and Federica Guglielmo on the connections between Finnstr?m’s research on the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda, Guglielmo’s research on the Rwandan genocide, and the SANT 2015 conference theme “Anthropology and Morality”.

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22. Helena Wulff on Writing Anthropology

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Feb 25, 2016


AnthroPod talks to Helena Wulff about the practice of writing and the difference between writing academic and public texts. Helena Wulff is Professor of social anthropology at the Department of Social Anthropology at Stockholm University.

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21. Dr. Livia Stone On Contested Walls And Natural Forces.

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Feb 15, 2016


Dr. Livia Stone on the contested walls of Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico, and their interplay with natural forces. Based on the photo essay "As Fluid as a Brick Wall", which Livia co-authored with Dr. Abigail C. Stone. The photo essay appeared in the November 2014 (29.4) issue of Cultural Anthropology.

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20. Paolo Favero on Visual Methods

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Sat, Dec 19, 2015


Paolo Favero on visual methods in the field. In our conversation, Favero shares his engagement with visual methods and suggests that using a camera is not about documenting empirical evidence but a process of producing the empirical field material and choosing perspectives.

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19. #BlackLivesMatter: Anthropologists on Protest, Policing and Race-Based Violence

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Nov 18, 2015


Three anthropologists share insights on the #BlackLivesMatter movement, social media, policing, race-based violence and histories of African American protest. Featuring Yarimar Bonilla, Laurence Ralph and Mark Auslander.

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18. Tobias Rees On Global Health And Humanity

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Nov 04, 2015


In this episode of AnthroPod, Stacy Topouzova and Rupa Pillai interview Tobias Rees, author of "Humanity/Plan; or, On the 'Stateless' Today (Also Being an Anthropology of Global Health)", which appears in the August 2014 issue of Cultural Anthropology. Professor Rees is an associate professor in the Department of the Social Sciences of Medicine at McGill University.

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17. Kevin Lewis O'Neill: An Interview with the Winner of the 2014 Cultural Horizons Prize

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Jun 25, 2015


AnthroPod speaks with Kevin Lewis O'Neill, the winner of the 2014 Cultural Horizons Prize for his essay, "Left Behind: Security, Salvation, and the Subject of Prevention" from the May 2013 issue of Cultural Anthropology. Professor O'Neill is an associate professor in the Department for the Study of Religion and the Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies at the University of Toronto. He is author of City of God (2010) and Secure the Soul (2015), both from the University of California Press.

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16. Dorothy E. Roberts On The Future Of Race In Science- Regression Or Revolution?

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Fri, Mar 06, 2015


On this episode of AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society of Cultural Anthropology, we listen to Dorothy E. Roberts's keynote address from the 2014 meeting of the American Anthropological Association. For more on information, visit: http://culanth.org/fieldsights/646-dorothy-e-roberts-on-the-future-of-race-in-science-regression-or-revolution

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15. Naisargi Dave on Animal Rights Activism in India

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Feb 02, 2015


Naisargi Dave talks with us about the origins of her interest in animal activism, her experiences doing fieldwork, and reads selections from her essay and forthcoming work.

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14. Charles Briggs on the Work of Mourning

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Nov 19, 2014


Charles Briggs talks to psychoanalyst Maureen Katz about the anthropology of mourning. They discuss a letter titled “Dear Dr. Freud” that Professor Briggs wrote to Sigmund Freud about the experience of a traumatic epidemic in rural Venezuela. They consider how he was drawn into the mourning process as an anthropologist and photographer, and how mourners framed their work of mourning in relation to the long history of colonialism. They end the episode by talking about how anthropology itself might be reconsidered as the work of mourning.

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13. Laura Moran on Symbolic Ethnic Capital in Australia

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Tue, Oct 07, 2014


On this episode of AnthroPod, Rupa Pillai interviews Dr. Laura Moran about how Sudanese young people with refugee backgrounds use hip hop music and style in Brisbane, Australia. Dr. Moran present her work at the 112th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. For show notes and additional information, visit: http://www.culanth.org/fieldsights/606-laura-moran-on-symbolic-ethnic-capital-in-australia

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12. Ethnography of Post-Genocide

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Wed, Sep 10, 2014


On this episode of AnthroPod, Jonah S. Rubin interviews three anthropologists working in the aftermath of genocides. The works these authors are discussing were originally presented at a panel entitled "Gray Zones and their Aftermaths: Memory, Mourning, Justice" at the 112th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. For show notes and additional information, visit: http://culanth.org/fieldsights/558-ethnographies-of-post-genocide

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11. Publishing Anthropology Pt. 2 : Process and Infrastructure

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Fri, Aug 01, 2014


This episode of AnthroPod is the second of a two-part series on publishing in academia. We go behind-the-scenes of academic publishing, looking to the past and the future with the incoming editors of Cultural Anthropology, Dominic Boyer, James Faubion, and Cymene Howe; the first editor of Cultural Anthropology, George Marcus; and former acquisitions editor at Princeton University Press currently doing research on the future of the book, Mary Murrell. Part 1 featured Anne Allison, Tom Boellstorff, and Tim Elfenbein. For more on this episode, visit http://www.culanth.org/fieldsights/552-publishing-anthropology-part-2

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10. Publishing Anthropology Pt. 1: What Editors Want

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Fri, Jul 18, 2014


This episode of AnthroPod is the first of a two-part series on publishing in academia. In Part 1, we go behind-the-scenes in the editorial offices of Cultural Anthropology, American Anthropologist, and Duke University Press with Anne Allison, Tom Boellstorff, and Tim Elfenbein. Part 2 will feature Dominic Boyer, James Faubion, Cymene Howe, George Marcus, and Mary Murrell.

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9. Nicholas D'Avella on Ecologies of Investment in Argentina

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Sat, May 31, 2014


Nicholas D'Avella, postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley's Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society, talks about the complex networks of debt, currency valuation, and real estate that Argentines find themselves caught up in and the stories they tell to help navigate them.

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8. Can Scholarship Be Free To Read? Cultural Anthropology Goes Open Access

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Feb 20, 2014


On this episode of AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Bascom Guffin and Jonah S Rubin interview four leading voices pushing for open access in anthropology. With its February 2014 issue, the journal of Cultural Anthropology is now free to read at www.culanth.org.

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Episode 7 - Worlding with the Body

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Jan 23, 2014


We return again to the November 2013 American Anthropological Association meeting in Chicago to showcase the panel entitled "Worlding with the Body." In this episode the five panelists consider how the concept of "worlding" -- that is, how bodies are not simply objects that exist within the world, but agents that operate to partially make it - can help reveal new details about their diverse fields of research.

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Episode 6 – Right-wing Activists, Algorithms, PTSD, and Drug Replacement Therapy

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Sat, Dec 21, 2013


Conversations from the November 2013 American Anthropological Association meeting in Chicago. Tomomi Yamaguchi talks about right-wing activists in Japan. Nick Seaver explains the cultural importance of algorithms. Walter Callaghan shares his personal journey to studying PTSD in Canadian soldiers. And Shan-Estelle Brown discusses the aesthetic experiences some drug users have with their opioid replacement therapy.

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Episode 5 - John Hartigan on Genomics, Biology, and the Anthropology Of Race

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Nov 14, 2013


In this episode of AnthroPod, Bascom Guffin and Grant Jun Otsuki interview John Hartigan (University of Texas, Austin) about his work on race, genomics, and biology in Mexico. He talks about his essay in the August 2013 issue of Cultural Anthropology, "Mexican Genomics and the Roots of Racial Thinking." For more AnthroPod and all the other content put out by the SCA visit us at: www.culanth.org. Show notes are available at:

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Episode 4.1 - Saida Hodzic - On Global Health Governance

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Oct 21, 2013


On this episode of AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Jonah S Rubin interviews Prof. Saida Hodzic (Cornell) about her article in the Fubruary 2013 issue of Cultual Anthropology, entitled: "Ascertaining Deadly Harms: Aesthetics and Politics of Global Evidence." For more AnthroPod and all the other content put out by the SCA visit us at: www.culanth.org. Show notes are available at: http://culanth.org/fieldsights/388-saida-hodzic-on-global-health-governance.

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Episode 3 - Kamari M. Clarke on Cultural Citizenship

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Sep 16, 2013


Kamari M. Clarke on Cultural Citizenship. In this episode of AnthroPod, Rupa Pillai interviews Kamari Maxine Clarke, author of "Notes on Cultural Citizenship in the Black Atlantic World", which appears in the August 2013 issue of Cultural Anthropology. For more on this article and all of our other content, visit culanth.org.

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Episode 2 - Richard Handler on Anthropology and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Education

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Thu, Aug 15, 2013


In this episode of AnthroPod, the podcast of The Society for Cultural Anthropology, editorial intern Jonah S Rubin interviews Prof. Richard Handler (UVA) about his article in the May 2013 issue of Cultural Anthropology, entitled: "Disciplinary Adaptation and Undergraduate Desire: Anthropology and Global Development Studies in the Liberal Arts Curriculum." For more on this article and all of our other content, head to production.culanth.org and culanth.org.

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Episode 1 - Michael Fisch on Tokyo's Train Suicides

Author: Society for Cultural Anthropology
Mon, Jul 15, 2013


Michael Fisch on Tokyo's Train Suicides. In the first installment of AnthroPod, Bascom Guffin and Grant Otsuki interview Michael Fisch, author of "Tokyo's Train Suicides and the Society of Emergence", which appears in the May 2013 issue of Cultural Anthropology. Michael Fisch is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Chicago. (http://anthropology.uchicago.edu/people/faculty_member/michael_fisch/) Read his essay here: http://production.culanth.org/supplementals/505-tokyo-s-commuter-train-

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