Best Anthropologist podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
Related podcasts: Anthropology Culture Society Featured FM Science Wnyc Storytelling Social Sciences Education Arts Aria Wqxr Metropolitan Code Archaeology Opera Studios Technology Philosophy News  
Anthropologist public [search 0]
×
Join millions of Player FM users today to get Anthropologist news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the podcast app that refuses to compromise … it's free and easy.
Podcast smarter! Player FM is free and easy.
show episodes
 
How many ways are there to be human? Each week Anthropologist on the Street Dr. Carie Little Hersh invites different cultural experts to illuminate the hidden ideas, practices, and power dynamics that make our lives both familiar and strange.
 
E
Ephemeral
Weekly+
 
The best source on our cultural identity is not the official, historical record — ask any anthropologist, it’s the town dump. Ephemera — those things that were just barely saved, and in some cases not saved at all — emanate with secrets we can only glimpse and mysteries we can never completely answer. The stories may be unfamiliar, but the themes are universal; this is a looking glass, a window into our own fragile, material existence that begs the question, “How will I be remembered?”
 
A
All Of It
Daily+
 
ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture. Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives ...
 
AnthroAlert is a podcast recorded live on USF Bulls Radio. Each week we interview an anthropologist to learn more about their work.
 
O
Online Gods
Rare
 
Online Gods is a monthly podcast on digital cultures and their political ramifications, featuring lively conversations with scholars and activists. Presented by anthropologist Ian M. Cook, the podcast is a key initiative of the five year ERC project ONLINERPOL www.fordigitaldignity.com led by media anthropologist Sahana Udupa at LMU Munich, and cohosted by HAU Network for Ethnographic Theory. Online Gods represents our collective commitment to multimedia diffusion of research in accessible a ...
 
Interviews with Anthropologists about their New Books
 
B
Bruce Lee Podcast
Weekly
 
Join Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee and cultural anthropologist Sharon Ann Lee for a conversation about the life and philosophy of Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee was a famous martial artist, movie star and cultural icon--but his philosophy has caught fire around the world inspiring millions searching for meaning and consciousness. Each episode will dig deep into Bruce’s philosophy to provide guidance and action on cultivating your truest self.“Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless like water. Now ...
 
Anthropological Airwaves is the official podcast of the journal American Anthropologist. Building on the journal’s commitment to four-field, multimodal research, we host conversations about anthropological projects, from fieldwork and publishing to the discipline’s role in public debates. We aim to ask a series of fundamental questions about past, present, and future disciplinary practice, and to learn from those who chart new paths for a more broadly engaged anthropology.
 
A
Aria Code
Weekly
 
Aria Code is a podcast that pulls back the curtain on some of the most famous arias in opera history, with insight from the biggest voices of our time, including Plácido Domingo, Diana Damrau, Sondra Radvanovsky, and many others. Hosted by Grammy Award-winner and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Rhiannon Giddens, Aria Code is produced in partnership with The Metropolitan Opera. Each episode dives into one aria — a feature for a single singer — and explores how and why these brief musical moments ha ...
 
A podcast about life, the universe and anthropology based at Deakin University in Victoria, Australia. Each episode features an anthropologist or two in conversation with David Boarder Giles and Timothy Neale. Presented with support from the Faculty of Arts & Education at Deakin University.
 
T
This Anthro Life
Monthly
 
This Anthro Life is an experimental narrative podcast that takes a unique cross cultural and time spanning perspective on what makes us human, from the designed world, future hopes, and myths of how things came to be. Join anthropologists Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins as they venture into the countless possibilities encountered in everyday global life. From Missing Link Studios in Boston, MA. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/this-anthro-life/support
 
S
Speaking of Race
Weekly+
 
How did race become such a flash point in modern society, and why does it remain contentious in our genomic age? In this first-of-its-kind trans-disciplinary podcast, biological anthropologist Jim Bindon joins with cultural anthropologist Lesley Jo Weaver and historian of science Erik L. Peterson to explore our species centuries' long debates over how to define biological and behavioral difference, and why it continues to matter today.See more about us at: http://speakingofrace.ua.edu/
 
C
Conservation Chat
Rare
 
Conservation Chat, hosted by anthropologist Jacqueline Comito, is a podcast series that explores the relationship between conservation, soil, water, agriculture, and the people of Iowa. This is accomplished through thoughtful interviews with farmers and rural and urban residents about conservation and water quality in the state. Comito is the Director of Iowa Learning Farms, an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach program that has been building a culture of conservation statewide for ...
 
A psychologist, a philosopher, and an anthropologist walk into a Podcast. We hope to offend anyone that holds entrenched views, pop some bubbles, air out some echo chambers, see if we can tackle familiar controversies, and try and find a third way, a second dimension, or maybe just a fresher perspective on current political, social and psychological debates. It's not about Left vs. Right, Us Vs. Them or Good vs. Evil. It's all about dialogue and beyond binary thinking!
 
T
The Meaning of...
Monthly
 
The Meaning of... explores how and where we find meaning in the modern world, hosted by anthropologist Dr Monty Badami and philosopher Dr Tim Dean.
 
B
Bruce Lee Podcast
Weekly
 
Join Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee and cultural anthropologist Sharon Ann Lee for a conversation about the life and philosophy of Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee was a famous martial artist, movie star and cultural icon--but his philosophy has caught fire around the world inspiring millions searching for meaning and consciousness. Each episode will dig deep into Bruce’s philosophy to provide guidance and action on cultivating your truest self. “Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless like water. Now ...
 
"What would your last meal be?" On this James Beard Award nominee for best podcast, National Edward R. Murrow award-winning reporter Rachel Belle asks every guest this question - but that’s just the beginning! Each dish’s origins, preparation, and cultural influence are among the many stones upturned as Rachel consults chefs and culinary anthropologists, fishmongers and fry cooks on her quest to explore every facet of Your Last Meal. Episodes every two weeks. Original music by Prom Queen.
 
The European Studies Centre at St Antony's College is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of Europe. It has particular strengths in politics, history and international relations, but also brings together economists, sociologists, social anthropologists and students of culture. We see ourselves as a meeting place and intellectual laboratory for the whole community of those interested in European Studies at the University of Oxford.
 
B
Bridge to Being
Monthly+
 
Welcome to the intersection of creativity and spirituality, a pilgrimage through time and space with Lobsterbird. Here, entrepreneurship is a holistic spiritual path, where travel, art, energy, and healing weave together, creating a space for presence, inspiration, and transcendence – a Bridge to Being. Welcome to the state that exists between worlds. Cultural anthropologist Victor Turner calls it liminality, where one thing is in a state of transitioning: “Liminal entities are neither here ...
 
A
AnthroPod
Rare
 
AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
 
N
Night White Skies
Monthly
 
Join Sean Lally in conversation about architecture’s future, as both earth’s environment and our human bodies are now open for design. The podcast engages a diverse range of perspectives to get a better picture of the events currently unfolding. This includes philosophers, cultural anthropologists, policy makers, scientists as well as authors of science fiction. Each individual’s work intersects this core topic, but from unique angles. Lally is the author of the book The Air from Other Plane ...
 
Two of the most respected anthropologists on Mars (one looks Japanese, the other Spanish) were dispatched to New York City to learn about the earthlings. In this podcast, they discuss what they have learned so far. We appreciate any feedback (questions, requests, opinions, complaints, etc..). Email us to us@dispatchedfrommars.com
 
A
Aria Code
Weekly
 
Aria Code is a podcast that pulls back the curtain on some of the most famous arias in opera history, with insight from the biggest voices of our time, including Plácido Domingo, Diana Damrau, Sondra Radvanovsky, and many others. Hosted by Grammy Award-winner and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Rhiannon Giddens, Aria Code is produced in partnership with The Metropolitan Opera. Each episode dives into one aria — a feature for a single singer — and explores how and why these brief musical moments ha ...
 
True. Smart. Fearless. Independent Study brings you thoughtful — and thought-provoking — audio stories from Charlottesville, Va. With an ethnographic eye and documentary voice, we make experimental radio in a learning lab led by a University of Virginia anthropologist. Join host Sarah Alberstein and staff as we explore all kinds of social issues and subcultures at UVa and beyond. Independent Study is distributed by Teej.FM, WTJU's podcast network.
 
Eavesdropping on America is a collaboration of radio producers and anthropologists at the Sydney Habermann and Judith Brownstein-Habermann School of Anthropology at the University of the State of Idaho. The school's syndicate of anthropologists make field recordings from around the country of Americans talking. Then, the radio producers comb through and find the most fascinating or illuminating tape that represents what Americans are like and what they're all talking about.
 
What makes you … you? Is it your DNA, culture, environment? SAPIENS hosts Jen Shannon, Esteban Gómez, and SAPIENS.org Editor-in-Chief Chip Colwell speak with anthropologists from around the globe to help us uncover what makes us human. Subscribe now to learn more. The SAPIENS podcast is supported by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and produced by House of Pod.
 
W
World of Webb
Daily+
 
My name is Adrian Webb, and this podcast is about people. I talk to people I have came across in my life. I talk to historians, educators, athletes, musicians, and scientists. I am an Anthropologist and here Humanity is King. One working title I had for the Podcast was The Anthro King Podcast but have gone with something a little more personal. Lets get lost and get wrapped up in a web of knowledge.
 
World famous UFO and paranormal researcher, writer and publisher Timothy Green Beckley hosts his own podcast with Tim Swartz on KCOR featuring interviews and information from some of the top names in the field.
 
What makes you … you? Is it your DNA, culture, environment? SAPIENS hosts Jen Shannon, Esteban Gómez, and SAPIENS.org Editor-in-Chief Chip Colwell speak with anthropologists from around the globe to help us uncover what makes us human. Subscribe now to learn more. The SAPIENS podcast is supported by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and produced by House of Pod.
 
Colombia Calling is your first stop for everything you ever wanted to know about Colombia. Interviewing experts in the travel industry, dealing with security issues, deciphering the politics and explaining the cultural nuances of this newly fashionable destination, Colombia Calling is hosted by Anglo Canadian expat Richard McColl.
 
This is HCD aims to educate and empower about human-centered design. This podcast brings together thought-leaders from various disciplines such as service design, user experience, interaction design, and product management to discuss the craft, and to better understand what it means to work within a human-centric method.
 
Anthropologists study human culture and society. They ask “what it is to be human?”. Anthropologists answer this question by analysing diverse societies to find out what all humans have in common. To undertake this study, anthropologists have a ‘kit’ full of conceptual tools. Join the Audible Anthropologist (aka La Trobe University’s Nicholas Herriman) as we describe some of these tools and put them to use.
 
P
Pint of Science
Weekly
 
Every Monday, we meet leading scientists in pubs around the country, get a pint in, and talk to them about life, their universe, and everything.
 
If you want to understand how social scientists study human behaviour, how design specialists innovate or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join Corina and Angel as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance business and/ ...
 
Forensic anthropologists identify our species, “humans of a mind.” This identity liberates us from obsolete thinking such as when “race” served its predominantly politically dividing exploitive purposes. As humans of a mind, we can individually explore Synergetics mindfully of finite Universe, a Scenario Universe. The minimum structural system of it is conceptual and relative to self discovery. By learning about the geometry of thinking and metaphysical generalized conceptioning referentiall ...
 
A discovery session is an opportunity to learn about a relevant topic, generate ideas that expand a new technique or practice, or brainstorm concepts and ideas for the next new thing.
 
T
This Anthro Life
Monthly
 
This Anthro Life is an experimental narrative podcast that takes a unique cross cultural and time spanning perspective on what makes us human, from the designed world, future hopes, and myths of how things came to be. Join anthropologists Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins as they venture into the countless possibilities encountered in everyday global life. From Missing Link Studios in Boston, MA. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/this-anthro-life/support
 
W
Well Tempered
Monthly
 
A podcast featuring and celebrating the smart, creative, and crafty women in the chocolate industry.
 
Irish studies, books, theatre, debate
 
U
UnDisciplined
Weekly
 
Each week, UnDisciplined introduces its audience to two scientists, working in different fields – and then introduces them to each other. The result is a lively, informative and accessible discussion about the ways in which scientific research impacts all of our lives.
 
Have you ever heard of Louis Congo? What about the forgotten Downwinders or The Devil’s Bible? These are just a few examples of people, events, and things from our past that have been lost to time. They’re important in the greater context of our understanding of the world and how our past shaped our present, yet they never made it into history books. In this bi-weekly podcast, freelance journalist, Crystal Ponti, digs up extraordinary excerpts of forgotten history, bringing her passion and l ...
 
P
PERIOD Podcast
Monthly
 
PERIOD is a podcast where we explore anything and everything to do with the menstrual cycle, most especially the bloody bits. I’m your host, Kate Clancy, an anthropologist and scientist who studies periods.
 
V
Vox Tablet
Monthly+
 
This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
 
A podcast about all things social work in Australia, with interviews and commentary on politics, culture and politics
 
As seen on the TV show "Dr. Phil," Dr. Leigh-Davis is a law professor, retired attorney, anthropologist & media personality. Here, Dr. Leigh-Davis, life coach; guides listeners with her, "success living" (TM) formula. http://www.DrLeigh-Davis.comhttp://www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davishttp://www.DrLeigh-Davis.co.uk
 
Alfred Louis Kroeber (1876-1960) was an American cultural anthropologist who founded the anthropology department at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as directing that campus’ Museum Of Anthropology from 1909 through 1947. Kroeber and his students did important work collecting cultural data on western tribes of Native Americans. Kroeber is credited with developing the concepts of culture area, cultural configuration , and cultural fatigue. Types of Indian Culture In California ...
 
V
Vox Tablet
Monthly+
 
This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
 
I want to reconnect my fellow Indians to nature through storytelling and to share everything I learn by entertaining, creating awareness, and bringing back the ‘awe’ of our natural world seamlessly. Download episodes free and listen at leisure. Read the show notes on earthymatters.blog Keep listening for news, views and, updates from the world of conservation. #podcreator #storiesfromthewild #naturepodcast #podcastfromthehimalaya#indianpodcast #environmentalpodcast #desipodcast #woman_led_po ...
 
Dr John Smith is the founder of Concern Australia and the founding President of God’s Squad Christian Motorcycle Club of 35 years. He is an author, a social anthropologist, a business speaker, a teacher and lecturer, a biker, a defender of the poor and marginalised, a lover of blues music, a gifted evangelist, an elder of the radical discipleship movement, and a prominent social commentator.He is as much at home talking to business leaders, academics, church leaders, politicians and the medi ...
 
Top Rank is a Brooklyn-based print publication created by, for, and about women of diverse backgrounds who are are driving and shaping creative, activist, and intellectual fields.The Top Rank podcast is a process-oriented research platform, grounded in conversation. Working in collaboration with our listeners, we hope to create a flexible knowledge-production outlet that is exploratory rather than prescriptive or conclusive. *Isabel and Marcel welcome input for future podcast content. You ca ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Anna Berza, founder and president of Asociația Inițiativa pentru Antropologie Utilă (Romanian Initiative for Useful Anthropology) and co-organizer of the conference to discuss WRNA 2019, its current theme and panels on the topic of Mental Health. This conference is a satellite event of the well-known annual i ...…
 
Hilde Fiva Buzungu is both an anthropologist and an interpreter. She is currently in Australia as a visiting PhD Research Fellow from Norway, writing up her research on social work with families where one or both parents have limited proficiency in the Norwegian language. As a certified interpreter (Norwegian/English), Hilde brings a rich under ...…
 
Our world often seems to be really divided, particularly across cultures in which everyone seems to play by different rules. But today we're going to hear from a researcher who believes there are actually seven universal moral rules that have been embraced by pretty much every society.By Matthew LaPlante.
 
Exploring the Bizarre )KCORradio.com) hosts Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz present another cutting edge interview. Dr. Michael Masters is a professor of biological anthropology at Montana Tech in Butte. Montana. His new book "Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon, challenges readers to consider new ...…
 
Patty Carey, writer and creator of “Half Life,” and actors Larisa Oleynik and Matthew Humphreys join us to discuss the new four-part comedy series. It won the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment’s first-ever TV pilot and script-writing competition that specifically highlights female-centric narratives. "Half Life" premiered on May 10 on N ...…
 
PTSD specialist Dr. Shaili Jain joins us to discuss her book, The Unspeakable Mind: Stories of Trauma and Healing from the Frontlines of PTSD Science. Dr. Shaili will dispel common misconceptions about the condition, explain how it manifests, and speak to the viability of current treatment methods.By WNYC.
 
Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab, founder of the Hope Center at Temple University, joins us to talk about college student debt and possible solutions. With many presidential hopefuls discussing "free college", she’ll also discuss whether these plans would actually work to help students, and field calls from listeners.…
 
WNYC's planning editor Kate Hinds joins us for a new installment of "Kate Has a Plan."By WNYC.
 
Singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle joins us to discuss his new album, The Saint of Lost Causes, which debuts on May 24th and is now available on NPR First Listen. He will also perform.By WNYC.
 
You asked, we listened and delivered! Ep274 of the Colombia Calling podcast deals with cycling in Bogotá with none other than one of the original city cyclists, El Mono Nuñez. So, in an enjoyable and flowing conversation, we sit down with el Mono and discuss his book, ‘Mi cicla y yo’, and reflect with a certain nostalgia, a time past in Bogotá. ...…
 
Hello, my name is Gerry Scullion and welcome to Bringing Design Closer, which is part of the This is HCD Network. I’m a service design practitioner and trainer based in Dublin City, Ireland. Bringing design into organisations is hardly ever straightforward, it comes with its own unique set of problems. In Bringing Design Closer, the podcast, we ...…
 
Welcome to This Anthro Life x EPIC 2019. This is the first episode in our 2019 collaboration with the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Community or EPIC. EPIC is a professional organization that brings together ethnographers and social science practitioners across fields like user experience research and design, marketing, computer science, acad ...…
 
Playwright, composer, and lyricist Michael R. Jackson joins us to discuss his off-Broadway debut musical, "A Strange Loop", and perform live. "A Strange Loop" is presented by Playwrights Horizons in association with Page 73 Productions on May 24.By WNYC.
 
Steve Kullback, visual effects producer for "Game of Thrones", and Joe Bauer, visual effects supervisor, join us to discuss their work on the series in our last "Behind the Thrones" segment.By WNYC.
 
David Sims, culture writer for The Atlantic, Sonia Saraiya, television critic for Vanity Fair, and Ben Yakas,editor for Gothamist, discuss the final season of "Game of Thrones", and how the show has changed television.By WNYC.
 
Director Andrey Paounov and artist Christo join us to discuss the documentary, "Walking on Water", which follows Christo as he realizes a long-planned project, “The Floating Piers.” Christo will discuss the film, the project, and his 50-year career this coming Wednesday, May 22 at the 92nd St. Y.By WNYC.
 
Clemency Burton-Hill joins us for a new installment of "All Things Classical".By WNYC.
 
Italian cookbook author Elizabeth Minchilli joins us to discuss her latest cookbook,The Italian Table: Creating Festive Meals For Family and Friends. Recipe courtesy of Elizabeth Minchilli Spaghetti alla Vigliacca COWARD’S SPAGHETTI This sauce is all about the pancetta. It uses a HUGE amount of pancetta per person. It is what it is. And what it ...…
 
What makes American music American? If the history book is written, what chapters are missing? Featuring music researcher Ian Nagoski of Canary Records.By iHeartRadio.
 
Found objects – misplaced artifacts of mysterious origins – can be sources great of inspiration.By iHeartRadio.
 
What do management consultants do, and how do they do it? These two deceptively simple questions are at the centre of Best Practice: Management Consulting and the Ethics of Financialization in China (Duke University Press, 2018), the new book by Kimberly Chong, a lecturer in anthropology at University College London. The book uses an in depth a ...…
 
Conventional portrayals of early Ryukyu are based on official histories written between 1650 and 1750. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Gregory Smits makes extensive use of scholarship in archaeology and anthropology and leverages unconventional sources such as the Omoro sōshi(a collection of ancient songs) to present a fundamental rethink ...…
 
What kind of time do we endure on our daily commutes? What kind of space do we occupy? What new sorts of urbanites do we thereby become? In Transit Life: How Commuting Is Transforming Our Cities (MIT Press, 2018), geographer David Bissell contends that to commute is to enter a highly eventful domain, an atmosphere in which new “capsular collect ...…
 
Episode 10 – Dr Raia Hadsell In this final (sniff) episode of series 1, we were lucky enough to catch up with Dr Raia Hadsell, senior research scientist with world-renowned artificial intelligence research company DeepMind. DeepMind describe their mission as being ‘to push the boundaries of AI, developing programmes that can learn to solve a co ...…
 
## AnthroAlert ## Episode 47: Time Originally aired 20 April 2018 on bullsradio.org After an extended conversation on concepts of time and management, guest W. Alex Webb joins us in the USF Bulls Radio studio to discuss concepts of time, management, and ## Podcast link ## Video link ## Album art photo credit: Oliver Thompson https://flic.kr/p/9 ...…
 
Exploring The Bizarre (KCORradio.com) hosts Tim Swartz and Tim Beckley present a double barreled show this week featuring Hungarian born shaman and psychic MARIA D' ANDREA who delves into the topic of Familiars thought to be supernatural beings that helped witches cast spells, place curses and otherwise create mischief. Familiars were considere ...…
 
This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about biofuels ... and tattoos. We're introducing an archaeologist and a chemical engineer, and if that doesn't already sound like a strange pairing, just consider what these guys study.By Matthew LaPlante.
 
Actor Maggie Siff joins us to discuss her role in the Sam Shepard revival Curse of the Starving Class now playing at the Pershing Square Signature Center, as well as the current season of Billions on Showtime. Curse of the Starving Class at the Pershing Square Signature Center is playing through June 2nd.…
 
Biographer Brian Jay Jones joins us to discuss his new book, Becoming Dr. Seuss: Theodor Geisel and the Making of an American Imagination.By WNYC.
 
Cookbook author and food columnist Melissa Clark takes listener questions about the best recipes for spring. Clark is a staff reporter for the New York Times Food section, where she writes the popular column “A Good Appetite”. Recipe: Courtesy of Melissa Clark Roasted Chicken with Lemon-Glazed Rhubarb A tangy rhubarb-lemon glaze gives roasted c ...…
 
Former New York Yankees pitcher David Cone and author Jack Curry join us to discuss their new book, Full Count: The Education of a Pitcher.By WNYC.
 
Editors and writers from Gothamist's team explain what stories they’ve been following. Today, arts and culture editor Ben Yakas, reporter and editor Christopher Robbins, reporter Paula Mejia, and editorial director Jen Carlson join.By WNYC.
 
Actors Annette Bening and Benjamin Walker talk about starring in the Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons,” which runs through June 30.By WNYC.
 
Composer Thomas Cabaniss and Elizabeth Núñez, artistic director of SoHarmoniums, a New York City not-for-profit choir, discuss the choir as well as the Lullaby Project at Carnegie Hall. The album, Hopes & Dreams: The Lullaby Project, is available now. EVENT: The SoHarmoniums will present “Love, Laughter, and Lullabies” at Symphony Space on Tues ...…
 
In Invisible Reality: Storytellers, Storytakers, and the Supernatural World of the Blackfeet(University of Nebraska Press, 2017), author Rosalyn LaPier, an associate professor in environmental studies at the University of Montana, complicates several narratives about Native people and the nonhuman world. Rather than “living in harmony with natu ...…
 
Joshua Piven, co-author of the 2019 edition of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Expert Advice for Extreme Situations , shares highlights from the updated guidebook.By WNYC.
 
Academy Award-winning actor and photographer Joel Grey joins us to talk about his new book of photographs, The Flower Whisperer, and about the success of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish.By WNYC.
 
Director Ed Zwick and actor Laura Dern join us to discuss their new film Trial by Fire, which fictionalizes the true story of the friendship between Cameron Todd Willingham, a Texas death row inmate, and schoolteacher Elizabeth Gilbert, who works to free him from prison. Elizabeth Gilbert also joins us. Trial By Fire premieres May 17th.…
 
John Donohue, creator and author of All the Restaurants in New York , joins to talk about his website and book series. Event: Donohue will be in conversation with Amanda Kludt, editor-in-chief of Eater, on Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 7-9pm at POWERHOUSE @ the Archway.By WNYC.
 
The development of a whole suite of new reproductive technologies in recent decades has contributed to broad cultural conversations and controversies over the meaning of family in the United States. In Romancing the Sperm: Shifting Biopolitics and the Making of Modern Families (Rutgers University Press, 2018), Diane Tober analyzes how sperm don ...…
 
We read and discussed an interesting article titled ”Why Books Don’t Work” by Andy Matuschak. We felt the problem isn't so much the medium or how to write the book. It’s something else...By Dispatched from Mars.
 
Oliver Kaplan is an Assistant Professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. He is the author of the book, “Resisting War: How Communities Protect Themselves” (Cambridge University Press), which examines how civilian communities organize to protect themselves from wartime violence. He was a Jennings R ...…
 
Moby discusses his new memoir, Then It Fell Apart, and plays a few songs in the studio. EVENT: Moby will be in conversation with John Hodgman at National Sawdust on tonight (May 14).By WNYC.
 
Alex Williams discusses his pieces for the New York Times, "Actually, Gen X Did Sell Out, Invent All Things Millennial, and Cause Everything Else That’s Great and Awful" and "Evan Dando Knows He’s Lucky."By WNYC.
 
Artistic Director Dan Nuxoll talks about what’s coming up for this summer’s Rooftop Films series, which kicks off on May 17 with This is What We Mean by Short Films: Opening Night 2019.By WNYC.
 
Adam sits down (in a cafe, so this is live, people) with Jay Hasbrouck, Founder and Principal of Filament Insight and Innovation and author of Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset, a how-to guide for anyone looking to better understand and apply many of the methods ethnographers learn to their own businesses and practices. We talk thro ...…
 
Musician Esperanza Spalding discusses her album, "12 Little Spells." EVENT: Spalding will be in conversation with Anna Deavere Smith at The Strand on May 17.By WNYC.
 
Adrienne: Hello, and welcome to Prod Pod. We’re a part of This is HCD. We’re bringing all human-centred practitioners real and honest conversations about product management. My name is Adrienne Tan and I’m the co-founder of Brainmates. Today, we’re talking to Jason Prowd about establishing and measuring product successful in financial services. ...…
 
Ramin Djawadi, composer for all eight seasons of Game of Thrones, joins us to discuss his work creating the score for the show as part of our ongoing series "Behind the Thrones." Event: Djawadi will join select locations on the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Tour.By WNYC.
 
Jamie Lauren Keiles joins us to discuss her recent article in New York Times Magazine, “How A.S.M.R. Became a Sensation.”By WNYC.
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login