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Rapport: The Informal Ethnographer Podcast » Enhanced (AAC)
 
An informal podcast about ethnography and ethnographic disciplines.
 
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Rapport: The Informal Ethnographer Podcast
 
An informal podcast about ethnography and ethnographic disciplines.
 
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Rapport: The Informal Ethnographer Podcast » MP3
 
An informal podcast about ethnography and ethnographic disciplines.
 
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Anthropology
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Podcasts from the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography. The School is renowned for its contributions to anthropological theory, its commitment to long-term ethnographic fieldwork, and its association with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the anthropology of visual and material culture. Home to over forty academic staff, over a hundred doctoral students, twelve Master’s programmes, and two undergraduate degrees (Human Sciences; Archaeology and Anthropology), Oxford anthropology is one of t ...
 
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Heritage Voices
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Jessica Yaquinto is an ethnographer and deals in tribal consultation. The podcast includes topics on mediating between tribes, community based participatory research, and tribes' perspectives of anthropology.
 
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Online Gods
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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 ...
 
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Anthropology
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Podcasts from the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography. The School is renowned for its contributions to anthropological theory, its commitment to long-term ethnographic fieldwork, and its association with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the anthropology of visual and material culture. Home to over forty academic staff, over a hundred doctoral students, twelve Master’s programmes, and two undergraduate degrees (Human Sciences; Archaeology and Anthropology), Oxford anthropology is one of t ...
 
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Podcast of the Low Technology Institute
 
Podcast of the Low Technology Institute. We bring nonindustrial subsistence technology to (over)developed societies. We exist at the nexus of ancient, ethnographic, and modern technology and subsistence practices. We aim to identify ancient and contemporary nonindustrial technologies appropriate for use in modern, small-scale, self-sustaining infrastructure and create do-it-yourself, resource-light solutions to sustainability problems.Podcast Archive: https://lowtechinstitute.wordpress.com/l ...
 
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The Age of Chivalry, or Legends of King Arthur by Thomas Bulfinch
 
Thomas Bulfinch (July 15, 1796 – May 27, 1867) explains the his work is “an attempt tell the stories of mythology in such a manner as to make them a source of amusement. We have endeavored to tell them correctly, according to the ancient authorities, so that when the reader finds them referred to he may not be at a loss to recognize the reference. Thus we hope to teach mythology not as a study, but as a relaxation from study; to give our work the charm of a story-book, yet by means of it to ...
 
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Canyons of the Colorado, or The exploration of the Colorado River and its Canyons by John Wesley Powell
 
John Wesley Powell was a pioneer American explorer, ethnologist, and geologist in the 19th Century. In 1869 he set out to explore the Colorado and the Grand Canyon. He gathered nine men, four boats and food for ten months and set out from Green River, Wyoming, on May 24. Passing through dangerous rapids, the group passed down the Green River to its confluence with the Colorado River (then also known as the Grand River upriver from the junction), near present-day Moab, Utah. The expedition’s ...
 
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Canyons of the Colorado by POWELL, John Wesley
 
John Wesley Powell was a pioneer American explorer, ethnologist, and geologist in the 19th Century. In 1869 he set out to explore the Colorado and the Grand Canyon. He gathered nine men, four boats and food for ten months and set out from Green River, Wyoming, on May 24. Passing through dangerous rapids, the group passed down the Green River to its confluence with the Colorado River (then also known as the Grand River upriver from the junction), near present-day Moab, Utah. The expedition's ...
 
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Legends of Charlemagne, The by BULFINCH, Thomas
 
Bulfinch (July 15, 1796 - May 27, 1867) explains the his work is "an attempt tell the stories of mythology in such a manner as to make them a source of amusement. We have endeavored to tell them correctly, according to the ancient authorities, so that when the reader finds them referred to he may not be at a loss to recognize the reference. Thus we hope to teach mythology not as a study, but as a relaxation from study; to give our work the charm of a story-book, yet by means of it to impart ...
 
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All Is Beautiful: The Navajo Creation Story
 
Since the beginning of time, human beings have told the story of their own beginning, and of the origins of the four directions, the heavens,the God-People, the earth, and all its creatures. The Navajo People tell a story of great psychological power and depth.First recorded by 19th century ethnographers, the Navajo Creation story is here interpreted as an epic-length poem.Jabez L. Van Cleef has written poetic versions of spiritual texts from all of the world's great religious traditions. Hi ...
 
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Independent Study
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Independent Study is a podcast which combines storytelling, ethnographic, and documentary methods to create compelling, experimental radio. Join host, Sarah Alberstein, as she embraces and explores an array of communities and stories within UVA's walls and beyond. Independent Study is a production of TEEJ.fm, the University of Virginia podcast network.
 
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BrandHook
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BrandHook is a brand & customer experience consultancy. We are passionate about helping brands create powerful and connected customer experiences because we know that when a brand gets that right, it makes you feel wonderful.To help our clients build those great customer experiences we anchor our thinking in an ethnographical approach. We take you and your business into the world of your customer – their homes, the way they shop – with particular interest in the role that your brand plays in ...
 
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Exploring modern South Asian history with visual research methods
 
As a preamble to the first international conference on Exploring modern South Asian history with visual research methods, Cambridge, UK, 15-16 March 2013, the Centre of South Asian Studies is organising a seminar series that will introduce the theme of the conference. Several historians and anthropologists will discuss a selection of ethnographic / anthropological films of South Asia in relation to current historiographical methodologies. The series is organised in collaboration with the Roy ...
 
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All Is Beautiful: The Navajo Creation Story
 
Since the beginning of time, human beings have told the story of their own beginning, and of the origins of the four directions, the heavens,the God-People, the earth, and all its creatures. The Navajo People tell a story of great psychological power and depth.First recorded by 19th century ethnographers, the Navajo Creation story is here interpreted as an epic-length poem.Jabez L. Van Cleef has written poetic versions of spiritual texts from all of the world's great religious traditions. Hi ...
 
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The Morning After
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Sundays at 3:00PM EST Theme song by Jonathan Crowley. Every Sunday at 3:00PM (ET). Food news, funny shit, and the people shaping the food and wine world around us. Jessie Kiefer really does have a degree in broadcast journalism but she has spent the last 100 years in the restaurant world. She would love to go to Red Lobster with you sometime. Sari Kamin is a food industry professional, writer, radio personality, and culinary ethnographer. She has written for The Huffington Post, The Jewish D ...
 
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All Is Beautiful: The Navajo Creation Story
 
Since the beginning of time, human beings have told the story of their own beginning, and of the origins of the four directions, the heavens,the God-People, the earth, and all its creatures. The Navajo People tell a story of great psychological power and depth.First recorded by 19th century ethnographers, the Navajo Creation story is here interpreted as an epic-length poem.Jabez L. Van Cleef has written poetic versions of spiritual texts from all of the world's great religious traditions. Hi ...
 
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Down to a Science, the CASTAC Podcast
 
Platypus, the CASTAC Blog, presents "Down to a Science" a podcast that examines the world of science from social and historical perspectives. How does science work and does it have to work that way? Season 1 will discuss the economization of life, numbers and objectivity, and studying data science ethnographically.---CASTAC’s mission is to facilitate communication within the AAA among anthropologists working in areas related to science, technology and computing, and to promote the visibility ...
 
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Maggie O’Neill is a leading academic researcher in criminology and sociology. Walking is a key element of her ethnographic research into the lives of asylum seekers, the homeless, refugees and sex workers in England’s northern cities. Maggie walking on Lindisfarne A recent recipient of a Leverhulme Scholarship, she invited those she had encount ...…
 
Better Business Bureau has teamed up with Craig Honick, ethnographer and the managing partner of Metro Tribal, to look closely at the consumer-business relationship to help companies understand how better business is being defined by its customers.Tune-in to learn all about the 5 Gestures of Trust.
 
It is always so much fun to talk with other anthropologists and Jay Hasbrouck is no exception. Jay has written a terrific book called "Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset." It's exciting stuff because, as you will hear in our conversation, anthropology and ethnography (observational research) are slowly but surely moving out of their ...…
 
Travelling to different locations to undertake ethnographic research undoubtedly provides some interesting and exciting opportunities to extend and deepen a researcher’s analysis. But what are the real benefits and challenges around multi-sited ethnography as a research method? In this episode of our Methods Podcast, Dr Pauline von Hellermann f ...…
 
Anna West Anna West is a doctoral student in the English Department at LSU, where she concentrates in the area of critical youth studies, poetry, and performance. She was the founding director of WordPlay Writing Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the former director of Young Chicago Authors, winner of the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Y ...…
 
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Asian Ethnology Podcast
 
This episode's guest is Scott Schnell, associate professor of anthropology at the University of Iowa and the former co-editor of Asian Ethnology. Scott discusses his research interests and perspectives, his work on dissident writer and ethnographer, Ema Shū, and his research on matagi (bear hunters). Episode Summary Intro :43 Initial interest i ...…
 
What a treat it is to listen to our conversation with Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins, two anthropologists who are trying really hard to make anthropology relevant to buisnesses, corporations and leaders well beyond the acadmic classroom. They bring together their different perspectives. But, they share their ideas through their podcast, This Ant ...…
 
E333 | Pirates are usually imagined as outlaws. But as the history of the early modern Mediterranean demonstrates, the line between illegal raiding and legitimate maritime violence was blurry, easily crossed, and often a moving target. In this episode, we talk to Joshua White about his book Piracy and Law in the Ottoman Mediterranean. We consid ...…
 
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Cherie Sampson is an artist working in environmental installation, performance and video art, creating projects in wilderness and rural settings in the U.S. and abroad, including woodland, mire and boreal landscapes. Historical, cultural and elemental layers of the site are integral to the working concepts and ma ...…
 
Today’s episode features Anna Cordova, Lead Archaeologist for the City of Colorado Springs (although, to be clear, she is not representing the city with this interview). If you are looking to understand indigenous perspectives on archaeology, this episode is a great place to start because she explains the challenges so clearly and so passionate ...…
 
Feat Jonathan Fairman, VP Product at dscout. In this episode:- Why qualitative insights are as essential as data to product teams- A new method for launching ethnographic research on demand- The simplest, most underused approach for building better teamsFor more information visit 100productmanagers.com…
 
Nathaniel Bozarth is a Kansas City-based ethnographer and journalist. Nathaniel is the producer and the host of Wide Ruled, which is Brainroot's podcast on the past and present of equality in education. You can find Wide Ruled on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Topics discussed with Nathaniel: 1.00 — school/work history to this point ...…
 
Mary Anne Funk and Barrett Ross sit down for an interview in his RV. Barrett is an organizer with Portland Tenant's United in Portland, Oregon. Barrett is living in an RV along the streets of Portland, Oregon. In this episode, he talks about living in the RV, the ups and downs he faces living in the RVs, the work he is doing with Portland Tenan ...…
 
With Antarctica back in the news again, Dominic and Cymene share their feels about the imminent Larsen C calving and the possibly less probable rise of penguins and puffins against human governance (#thepuffrising). Then we talk to the only anthropologist we know who works in Antarctica, the fabulous Jessica O’Reilly from Indiana University. We ...…
 
Visit: https://youtu.be/wC4zp0jdo9Q for a video of this episode!"Forest Keepers: Science, Spirituality & Conservation among the Batak Tribe" given by J. Scott Dodds, filmmaker & ethnographer at the Bryant Lake Bowl on February 21th, 2017."Scott Dodds is an award-winning ethnographic filmmaker. For the past 20 years, he has worked with anthropol ...…
 
With the project off to a flying start, Michaela and Karen get together to discuss the aims and objectives of the project and introduce their approach to understanding the lives of Britons resident in Europe. They reflect on how Brexit marks a shift in the conditions and contexts that support British citizens living in other EU member states an ...…
 
It's Horns and Humpday here on Wednesday. Jason Mankey's "Raise the Horns Radio" is Paganism in all of her glory. It's history, practice, ritual, and more. Followed each week by Pop Culture Pagan Trends, Music, Books, etc. "Pammit's Porch" with Pamela Kelly.Join Pamela and guests as we talk about music, books, festivals, conventions, tattoos, m ...…
 
Graciela Iturbide is one of the great contemporary photographers of Mexico. As a protégé of the modernest master Manuel Alvarez Bravo, she worked as his assistant before starting her own career in photography in the early 1970's. Working mostly in large-scale documentary projects, she was commissioned in 1978 by the Ethnographic Archive of the ...…
 
Graciela Iturbide is one of the great contemporary photographers of Mexico. As a protégé of the modernest master Manuel Alvarez Bravo, she worked as his assistant before starting her own career in photography in the early 1970’s. Working mostly in large-scale documentary projects, she was commissioned in 1978 by the Ethnographic Archive of the ...…
 
Graciela Iturbide is one of the great contemporary photographers of Mexico. As a protégé of the modernest master Manuel Alvarez Bravo, she worked as his assistant before starting her own career in photography in the early 1970’s. Working mostly in large-scale documentary projects, she was commissioned in 1978 by the Ethnographic Archive of the ...…
 
You know that it’s important to understand what you can about your target consumer. The large companies dedicate millions of dollars to market research but that’s just not an option for companies like ours. That doesn’t mean market research is still impossible to do though. In this podcast I share some ideas on ways you can conduct market resea ...…
 
Our guest is Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, ethnographer and qualitative researcher who has dedicated her life to teaching social justice through the intersections of hip-hop, culture, and technology. We talk about growing up in the South, the voice of hip-hop today, and the importance of using cultural artifacts in pedagogy. And Future and OutKast and K ...…
 
Click here to check out the TAL + SM blog post This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and publics, we became inspired to have a series of conversations about why anthrop ...…
 
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Semi-Intellectual Musings
 
Phil provides commentary on a bird fight he witnessed between crows, blue jays and little sparrows. Matt admits that he is a sinker who is afraid of zombies. Who knew? Matt’s Anthropology 101 (14:27) This episode is a succinct overview of anthropology, the study of human culture. Every anthropologist has their own definition of culture but thes ...…
 
Jason Hickel is an anthropologist at the London School of Economics. Originally from Swaziland, he spent a number of years living with migrant workers in South Africa, studying patterns of exploitation and political resistance in the wake of apartheid. Alongside his ethnographic work, he writes about development, inequality, and global politica ...…
 
...on why the future of design thinking looks like jazz. Natalie Nixon is a design strategist and a hybrid thinker. She has an eclectic background in service design, anthropology and fashion that informs her strategies for accelerating innovation and developing meaningful strategy through design thinking and ethnographic research. Natalie joins ...…
 
Topics of conversation: Conducting Ethnographic Research Creating a Healthy, Respectful Relationship with our Bodies Guilty Pleasures Yoga, Meditation and Walking - Self Care The Importance of Family, School and Community Engagement
 
In the second conversation of the TAL + SM crossover series, Ryan and Adam were joined by AAA Executive Director Ed Liebow and Program Manager for Educational Outreach Leslie Walker. They explored the work of the AAA, the changing natures of work and research today, and critically assessed anthropology in terms of scope and impact.... The post ...…
 
What you think is just a secret creative project can have a much more lasting impact. In this personal story, Beth talks about how her selfie-a-day project gave her much more than she expected. Beth is an ethnographer, researcher and writer who has in recent years started doing things she is bad at but enjoys anyway including: aerial silks, pla ...…
 
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The Religious Studies Project
 
In Northern Europe today, many people are engaging with angels, and Tehri Utriainen has been researching them. What is angel spirituality, and who does it appeal to (hint: women)? As with many vernacular systems, it is both ad hoc and highly practical, with a strong focus on healing. She tells us how these practices challenge preconceptions abo ...…
 
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The Religious Studies Project
 
In Northern Europe today, many people are engaging with angels, and Tehri Utriainen has been researching them. What is angel spirituality, and who does it appeal to (hint: women)? As with many vernacular systems, it is both ad hoc and highly practical, with a strong focus on healing. She tells us how these practices challenge preconceptions abo ...…
 
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