Glad you’re here! Check out some of our favorite episodes in any order and get to know the anthropological life. And, if you’re long-time listeners we hope you’ll enjoy revisiting theseContinue readingNew to TAL? Check out some of our favorite episodes!
Adam, Aneil, and Ryan are all back in the TaL studio for the first time in 18 months! And it feels good. Today we talk shop about where we’ve beenContinue readingFreeThink #1: TaL Back in the Studio! What’s Next??
We’re back with another post from our friends at Teaching Culture blog! This time we explore podcasting and its potential for Anthropology. Here’s an excerpt, and be sure to head overContinue readingTalking Anthropology: Podcasting and Its Potential for the Discipline (Part Two)
Hello dear listeners! Just a quick update on where TAL has been and now is. Adam is back from Peru! After an incredible 18-month fieldwork excursion into the world ofContinue readingQuick updates! TAL back in Boston! Burning Man mini-series, new articles, fresh episodes!
We’re stoked to bring you TAL’s first ever three-city episode! Join Adam (in Peru!) and Ryan (in Boston!) and special guest Vyjayanthi Vadrevu (somewhere between NYC and Austin!) for anContinue readingIs Corporate Anthropology Selling Out? A Conversation on Consulting with Vyjayanthi Vadrevu
This Anthropological Life has joined the blogosphere! This article is a glimpse into where we see anthro podcasting today and in the future. Stay tuned for part 2 soon! “TalkingContinue readingTalking Anthropology: Podcasting for the Public (Part 1) authored by TAL
Special guest podcast from our friends at the Food Futures Podcast Corinna Howland interviews Adam Gamwell about experimental games, or field experiments, which NGOs and economists use to measure when, why,Continue readingGuest Podcast: Food Futures: Playing our Way to Conservation? Experimental Economics in the Andean Countryside
Join TAL’s Ryan Collins and Aneil Tripathy as they interview Emily Jane Murry about her work as a publicly engaged archaeologist in Northern Florida with the Florida Public Archaeology Network.Continue readingStewardship and Heritage: Bringing Archaeology to the Public with Emily Jane Murry
How does a camera and a deep sense of curiosity lead to a lifetime of archaeological research on ancient peoples, their symbols, art, and writing? Ryan and Aneil are joinedContinue readingFaded Paint and Yellowed Photos: On, Image, Inspiration, and Memory with Javier Urcid