Best ethnography podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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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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Podcasting HK » Listen.HK 細聽香港
 
Access the latest tracks of Listen.HK podcast to know more about Hong Kong through soundscape recording and audio ethnography. 關注香港文化及歷史,從環境聲音細聽香港。 Care about Hong Kong. Listen to Hong Kong Soundscape. Archive: https://sites.google.com/site/listenhk08/
 
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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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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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Best, Concordia
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best, c. is a new podcast project from Concordia's Ethnography Lab promoting graduate student research.Host/Producer: John BryansCreative Producer: Anne-Marie TurcotteSound Producer: Kris MillettProduction Assistant: Adam van Sertima
 
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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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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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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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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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Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-madinah and Meccah by BURTON, Richard Francis
 
Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821 – 1890) was an English explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, ethnologist, linguist, poet, hypnotist, fencer and diplomat. He was known for his travels and explorations within Asia and Africa as well as his extraordinary knowledge of languages and cultures. According to one count, he spoke 29 European, Asian, and African languages. Burton's best-known achievements include traveling in disguise to Mecca, The Book of One Thousand Nights and A Night ...
 
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Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
Anita Hannig‘s first book, Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital (University of Chicago Press, 2017) is an in-depth, ethnography of two fistula repair and rehabilitation centers in northern Ethiopia. Focusing on the juxtaposition of culture,…
 
There has been a lot of talk in the community industry about the Facebook Communities Summit, and how the company announced they had added the word “community” to their mission statement. I’ve seen a lot of “rah rah” from people saying how important this is for our work. Less than a week after that event, ProPublica published leaked Facebook mo ...…
 
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 ...…
 
The episode starts with a crazy story from Diz about his strange late night encounters. Our nerd news of the week discusses Ron Howard joining the Han Solo movie and the Jumanji remake. This leads us to talking about remakes and Hollywood before diving into fandoms. We talk about the history of fandoms, their social function, and how they are p ...…
 
Episode 321 with Peter McMurray hosted by Nir Shafir and Huma Gupta Download the podcastFeed | iTunes | GooglePlay | SoundCloud What is the aural possibility of Islamic life in European cities today? This special episode begins with a ten-minute segment from an audio composition crafted by our guest, musicologist Peter McMurray, from recent fie ...…
 
E321 | What is the aural possibility of Islamic life in the European cities today? This special episode begins with a ten-minute segment from an audio composition crafted by our guest, musicologist Peter McMurray, from recent field recordings and ethnographies he conducted among various Turkish communities in Berlin. As the discussion progresse ...…
 
E321 | What is the aural possibility of Islamic life in the European cities today? This special episode begins with a ten-minute segment from an audio composition crafted by our guest, musicologist Peter McMurray, from recent field recordings and ethnographies he conducted among various Turkish communities in Berlin. As the discussion progresse ...…
 
We start our podcast off with a new segment called Tumblr Ethnographies. Vy decided to go down the rabbit hole that is tumblr and explore the world of “otherkin.” We discuss the different ideas behind otherkin, the origins, its history, and how the community has evolved over the years. We discuss how the language about otherkin has co-opted lan ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E318 | Long before European contact with the Americas forged transoceanic networks and connections in the Atlantic and Pacific, the Indian Ocean served as a maritime space that connected the many states, economies, and communities of its vast basin stretching from East Africa to Southeast Asia. In this multi-part episode, we follow this maritim ...…
 
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Ottoman History Podcast
 
E318 | Long before European contact with the Americas forged transoceanic networks and connections in the Atlantic and Pacific, the Indian Ocean served as a maritime space that connected the many states, economies, and communities of its vast basin stretching from East Africa to Southeast Asia. In this multi-part episode, we follow this maritim ...…
 
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Design Your Thinking Podcast: Product Management, User Experience & Design
 
In this Ferris Wheel episode, I speak with Kelly Goto, an evangelist for design ethnography and Principal of gotomedia about the Rapid UX Research mindset. Who is Kelly Goto? As an evangelist for design ethnography, Kelly is dedicated to understanding how real people integrate products and services into their daily lives. Kelly is principal of ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Design Your Thinking Podcast: Product Management, User Experience & Design
 
In this Ferris Wheel episode, I speak with Kelly Goto, an evangelist for design ethnography and Principal of gotomedia about the Design Ethnography mindset. Who is Kelly Goto? As an evangelist for design ethnography, Kelly is dedicated to understanding how real people integrate products and services into their daily lives. Kelly is principal of ...…
 
We hear about educational privatization a lot these days. My Twitter feed is filled with countless stories about how Betsy DeVos is going to privatize education in America or how Bridge International has privatized education in some African countries. Even the first three episodes of FreshEd way back in 2015 looked at how privatization has gone ...…
 
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. This Anthro ...…
 
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. This Anthro ...…
 
Cassandra Hartblay discusses design and ethnography through her work on disability in Russia.
 
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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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Meet The Education Researcher
 
Dr. David Bright (Monash University) talks about his research and writing on the topics of teaching English as a second language, global citizenship & 'difference'.We talk about Deleuze, fitting into North American conferences, ethnography as 'slow' research, and how to seek out research opportunities across all aspects of our academic work.…
 
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CCBB: Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD
 
Suzanne Clores is the author of Memoirs of a Spiritual Outsider (Conari, 2000) a memoir/ethnography of alternate spiritual practices, and founder of The Extraordinary Project, an online collection of exceptional human experiences soon to be a podcast. Her personal essays have appeared in Salon, Elle, The Rumpus, and The Nervous Breakdown, and h ...…
 
In any field there are some topics that are more widely agreed upon and some that are more widely debated. For UX research ethnography falls in the later. It’s defined as, “the scientific description of the customs of individual peoples and cultures.” Historically, the term has been widely used in anthropology to describe studies that can last ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
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Latest 300 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | All media types
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Ru ...…
 
Doctors at War: a candid account of a trauma surgical team based, for a tour of duty, at a field hospital in Helmand, Afghanistan. Laurie Taylor talks to Mark de Rond, a professor of organizational ethnography at Cambridge University, about the highs and lows of surgical life in a morally ambiguous world in which good people face impossible cho ...…
 
BBC — Doctors at War: a candid account of a trauma surgical team based, for a tour of duty, at a field hospital in Helmand, Afghanistan. Laurie Taylor talks to Mark de Rond, a professor of organizational ethnography at Cambridge University, about the highs and lows of surgical life in a morally ambiguous world in which good people face impossib ...…
 
Doctors at War: a candid account of a trauma surgical team based, for a tour of duty, at a field hospital in Helmand, Afghanistan. Laurie Taylor talks to Mark de Rond, a professor of organizational ethnography at Cambridge University, about the highs and lows of surgical life in a morally ambiguous world in which good people face impossible cho ...…
 
If you want to support the show, you can do so on Patreon for as little as $1 a month. You’ll get access to bonus content each month and help us keep the show going! We talk to national security and surveillance policy expert Marcy Wheeler (@EmptyWheel) about reports that the NSA will be stopping ONE of its methods of spying on Americans — is i ...…
 
Travellers and drivers during a break on the road from Montreuil to Arad After 1989, Romania’s economy and its labor market experienced dramatic changes. One of the most common strategies to survive in a state of precariousness was emigration abroad. In this episode, we discuss two case studies based on based on transnational migration and cros ...…
 
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