Time for a diet change? Insects on the menu! @gamwell and Andrea Eller sit down with @JulieLesnik to talk edible insects and human evolution. https://t.co/6q5JVAxtCD @AmericanAnthro @TFSTweets @SAPIENS_org @JasonAntrosio @epicpeople_orgContinue readingEdible Insects
Edible Insects part 1. Will crickets ever catch on as an alternative source of protein in the United States? How about cockroach “milk”? Why do people in so many partsContinue readingWhy don’t you eat bugs?
On this episode of This Anthro Life, hosts Adam Gamwell and Matt Artz are joined by assistant professor and musicologist Nate Sloan and music journalist and songwriter Charlie Harding, theContinue readingSwitched on Pop
We’ve partnered with the March for Science to help raise awareness and support for the movement. Help us help them through a donation to MFS or TAL or grab someContinue readingThe Awe is Shared: Evolution and Public Science with Andrea Eller
Hey Listeners! We are incredibly excited (and humbled) to announce that This Anthro Life is partnering with the American Anthropological Association and the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural HeritageContinue readingTAL Goes to the Smithsonian
Thanks to the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) for having Adam Gamwell and Matt Artz of This Anthro Life present at the annual meeting in Philadelphia. We presented as partContinue readingConsulting Podcasters: Prototyping a Democratic Tool for Multiple Voices, Storytelling and Solution Finding
Welcome listeners to the second installment of our Diversity and Inclusion crossover series, bringing together This Anthro Life with Brandeis University. For those of you who are new to theContinue readingBrave Community: Teaching Race in the American Classroom w/ Janine de Novais
In celebration of World Anthropology Day (Feb 16) send us a brief tweet (@thisanthrolife) with #whyweanth OR an audio clip (no more than 30 seconds) of why anthropology is importantContinue readingCelebrate World Anthropology Day with Your Voice!
Welcome to Story Slamming Anthropology. This series features both innovative narrative and audio performance drawing on the deep toolkit and methods of anthropology. The goal with Story Slamming Anthropology isContinue reading#MeToo: Stories in the Age of Survivorship by Emma Backe