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Anthrospin

Anthrospin

By Pedal Powered Anthropology
Anthrospin is a podcast dedicated to all things anthropology. Meet the personalities, learn the fields, find out what’s new. Anthrospin is a podcast for anthropologists and non-specialists alike.
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Episode 4: John White
In this episode, Julie is our cohost for the first time and we talk with John White, a First Americans Archaeologist studying the earliest peopling of North America. He discusses how he found his way to his specific niche of the field, what questions he is trying to answer, some awesome and ingenious interdisciplinary techniques that help us understand ancient landscapes, a day in the life of a field archaeologist, and how to move yourself closer to getting involved in the field of archaeology. Lastly, he goes into details about some very exciting (but as yet unpublished) findings, teasing an upcoming publication.
01:41:36
September 06, 2020
Episode 3: Taryn Johnson
In this episode we meet Taryn Johnson, a PhD student at Texas A&M University who specializes in isolating and extracting human DNA from paleofeces (real old poop). We talk about the different kinds of questions her research can answer, ancient DNA, specimen contamination, and where multidisciplinary perspectives can help.
01:13:46
April 10, 2020
Episode 2: Justin Soares
In this episode I meet with Justin Soares, a Bronze Age archaeologist focusing on the Iberian Peninsula. In addition to his work in archaeology, we talk about creating more affordable access to field work, Eurocentrism and gatekeeping in academia, what we’re currently working on, and our own anthropological origin stories. Also you’ll get to listen to one of my dogs snoring for about an hour.
01:13:49
March 15, 2020
Episode 1: Angie Achorn
In this episode I Skype with PhD candidate Angie Achorn about her research on Sulawesi Crested Macaques. In addition to her research we talk about the cultural differences between Indonesia, Germany, and Kenya. If you’re interested in Angie’s Indonesian Escapades, check out her travel blog at perjalanandanprimata.travel.blog
57:02
February 12, 2020