Here are some great episodes to start with.
March 7, 2023
In today’s episode of This Anthro Life, anthropologists Elizabeth Briody and Phil Surles join host Adam Gamwell to discuss their latest project: Anthropologists on the Public Stage, a self-paced video course for social scien…
Feb. 4, 2023
Consumers today find brands through many online sources, including search engines and social media. And with the rise of hyper-personalized ads, consumers are constantly being bombarded with brands that seem to speak to thei…
Jan. 13, 2023
Indigenous cultures around the world have a trickster god or figure in their mythos. For example, the Pacific Northwest Native Americans have the Raven, a selfish, hungry, and mischievous figure who transforms the world. Sto…
Dec. 8, 2022
More and more businesses are switching to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But one startup was ahead of the curve, having been 100% remote since its inception in 2016. That startup is Superside, a fully distributed de…
Nov. 3, 2022
The vast majority of published scientific literature and new research is hidden behind paywalls. Worse, what few accessible papers available online are oftentimes written in jargon, i.e., specialist language that can alienat…
Oct. 26, 2022
What makes the human mind unique? How do we know there’s a future, and how do we recall the past? In this episode of This Anthro Life, Byron Reese, serial entrepreneur, technologist, and author of “Stories, Dice, and Rocks T…
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"Although I’m an anthropologist myself, I do enjoy it when people make ethnography accessible. I’m really enjoying this series. It’s satisfying my desire for meaty podcast content without being too he…"
"I get excited every time I see there’s a new episode. Interviews are engaging and conversational in ways that no other anthro podcast is. As an anthro undergrad who is trying to figure out my future,…"
"I love this podcast. It helps keep me engaged with Anthropology in a way that is consumable, insightful, and illuminating. I love starting my day listening in as I learn more about the world around m…"
Required listening for anthro students
"Fantastic dialogue across all topics and substances. Learned more from this podcast than I did during my B.A. years. Makes me want to return to academia for a Masters in Anthropology."