Welcome to the Anthropologist On the Street podcast!
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Anthropologist on the Street podcast is now being produced in collaboration with the American Anthropological Association!
AOTS Is now a featured podcast collaborator with the American Anthropological Association (AAA).
As part of this collaboration, AOTS’s Dr. Carie Little Hersh will be attending the AAA meetings in Washington, DC in early December, to interview fellow anthropologists on Facebook Live. If you are an anthropologist who will be attending the meetings, and you welcome the challenge of explaining your research in three sentences or fewer, send us an email at email@example.com or visit the Request an Interview form and we’ll schedule a time to chat!
Congratulations, Launch Party Sweepstakes Winner!
Congratulations to Elaine Luxton, the winner of the Anthropologist on the Street Launch Party Sweepstakes! Elaine won a Kindle Fire 7 tablet, so she can take the AOTS podcast with her on whatever street she travels!
If you didn’t win, don’t despair! To stay informed of upcoming events and contests, join AOTS’s email list below and/or follow AOTS on social media through Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, or through the connected blog, www.relevANTH.com.
Listen to the premiere episode, Beyond Indiana Jones with Dr. Angela Jenks now!
From Indiana Jones to Bones to that graduate student kidnapped by pirates on Archer, there are many different representations of anthropology in pop culture, but what do real anthropologists do? In the first episode of The Anthropologist on the Street podcast, Dr. Angela Jenks explains how anthropology helps us understand what it means to be human, and how the field could help us solve some of our toughest social problems.
Anthropologist On the Street (AOTS) is a new, weekly podcast exploring all the ways there are to be human. Each week, Dr. Carie Little Hersh interviews a different cultural expert to illuminate the hidden ideas, practices, and power dynamics that make our lives both familiar and strange.