In this special interview, TAL’s Ryan Collins talks with scholar, activist and artist Jason de Leon about the ongoing humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexico border. In addition to these roles,Continue readingBackpacks and Toe Tags: Life and Death on the US-Mexico Border w/ Jason de Leon
Episode Transcript Adam: (00:01) Hey everyone, welcome to This Anthro Life as always, this is Adam Gamwell. Today I’m sitting down with the Super Cool LaiYee Ho and Alex Limpaecher.Continue readingWhere Qualitative Meets Quantitative Data w/ Delve co-founders LaiYee Ho and Alex Limpaecher
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
Welcome to CultureMade: Heritage Enterprise in a World on the Move , an audio collaboration from the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the American Anthropological Association and This Anthro Life Podcast “I meanContinue readingWeaving Social Fabric: The Craft of African Fashion
“I hope that more people will listen to more music outside of their own little comfort zone. I think that we enrich ourselves, we are better human beings when youContinue readingSharing Sonic Space: Music as Home, Soul and Connector
Exploring Evidence This Anthro Life is opening the conversation with EPIC (the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Community) on the theme of Evidence. Taking center stage at this year’s Annual EPIC Continue readingEPIC Evidence: with Dawn Nafus and Tye Rattenbury