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Best Chris Anthes podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Chris Anthes podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Join host Laura Jane as she interviews the doers and the shakers that make San Diego's live entertainment scene one of the most bustling and unique in the country. Every week you'll be entertained by great local artists – some new, some seasoned veterans – as they share their story and insights into what makes San Diego the Finest City in the world!
 
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This week Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Michael Gurven on a variety of topics, ranging from advice on finding a field site that matches your research interests, the long and challenging process of establishing a successful longitudinal study, the importance of true collaborative work with indigenous populations (especially in response to the COVID-1…
 
This week, Chris and Cara chat with Drs. Athena Aktipis, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University, and Lee Cronk, Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, to discuss their research with the Human Generosity Project. As always, we get to hear about their research journies, interests, and collaborative efforts. Additional…
 
In this episode, Drs. Lance Gravlee and Connie Mulligan join Chris and Cara to discuss the research that led to their article, "Shortened telomere length is associated with unfair treatment attributed to race in African Americans living in Tallahassee, Florida". The article was selected as the special feature in Volume 32 Issue 3 of the American Jo…
 
In this episode, Dr. Zaneta Thayer joins Chris and Cara to discuss her many projects examining the intergenerational effects of stressful experiences during pregnancy. Dr. Thayer works primarily in New Zealand, where her research has documented links between experienced discrimination and poor birth outcomes. She also discusses her recent clinical …
 
In this episode of the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Drs. Jesús Rodriguez & Ana Mateos, scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) in Burgos, Spain. Drs. Rodriguez and Mateos highlight the amazing work going on at the center at the forefront of human evolution research. They also discuss the…
 
This week, dive into one of our most meta-episodes yet: the podcast about a podcast featuring the amazing researchers behind the Anthrolactology blog and podcast! This interview features not one, but three cutting-edge anthropologists working at the intersections of anthropology, human lactation, and society. Dr. EA Quinn is an associate professor …
 
In this episode we bring you a cross-over with the podcast “With a Side of Knowledge”, hosted by Ted Fox from the University of Notre Dame’s Provost Office. This interview features our own Dr. Cara Ocobock discussing her work over brunch. Enjoy this fascinating conversation about extreme cold adaptations, Neanderthals, the anthropology of sports, a…
 
This week, we're bringing you a cross-promotion with the awesome "The Arch & Anth Podcast", hosted by Dr. Michael Rivera. A bonus: this episode features our very own Dr. Chris Lynn! We hope that you enjoy hearing more about Chris' work on tattooing, immune response, and communication. Be sure to check out Dr. Rivera's other podcast episodes at: htt…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Barry Bogin, a "big wig" in the field and Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Loughborough University. Dr. Bogin discusses his work life-long work on human growth and development, along with the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on birth weight outc…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Aaron Blackwell, an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Washington State University. In this far-ranging conversation, Dr. Blackwell discusses his work quantifying life history tradeoffs and his multi-inheritance approach to human behavioral ecology. He also shares some tips for u…
 
In this episode of the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Pablo Nepomnaschy, an Associate Professor of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Nepomnaschy discusses his transformation into a researcher who focuses on involving participant communities at all phases of project planning and execution. He also shares his experienc…
 
This week's episode features a myriad of topics including niche construction, semiotics, hats ravaged by monkeys, and meaning-making between humans and dogs- all courtesy of Dr. Jeffrey Peterson. Dr. Peterson is a postdoctoral fellow in the anthropology department at Notre Dame. His research addresses the interplay between intra- and inter-group so…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Sam Urlacher, an assistant professor at Baylor University. Dr. Urlacher discusses his work examining life history tradeoffs and energetic constraints among Shuar children of Amazonian Ecuador. In addition, he answers questions about possible links between COVID-19 and child developme…
 
In this episode, Dr. Tanya Lurhmann joins Chris and Cara to discuss her life's work as an "anthropologist of the human relationship with invisible others". Dr. Lurhmann is the Watkins University Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, and many …
 
This week Cara and Chris chat with Dr. Eileen Hebets, a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Hebets discusses her research on spider communication and how these same techniques can be applied to better understand communication in humans and other animals. Follow Dr. Hebets on twitter @hebets_lab, on Facebook a…
 
In this installment of our #Hackademics series, Dr. Kate Clancy, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, shares her work on the SAFE13 project and provides advice for dealing with harassment in academia. Dr. Clancy's work has had significant policy ramifications, exemplified by her Congressional testimony and co-authorshi…
 
Dr. Rebecca Gibson, a visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Notre Dame, shares her fascinating research on the history of corsets in this week’s episode. Dr. Gibson’s primary research examines changes in the skeletal structure of women who wore corsets between 1700-1900 CE. She also discusses her work exploring the romantic and sexual e…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. David Sloan Wilson, Distinguished Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Anthropology at SUNY Binghamton. Dr. Wilson is a prolific scholar and has written widely on topics including natural selection, the evolution of ecological communities, and human evolutionary biology. In this epi…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, we showcase our latest installment in our series, "Hackademics". We are so excited to be joined by Kate Wong, a science communication extraordinaire and journalist for Scientific American. Kate shares her journey with writing science for the public, as well as some of her favorite pieces so far. Additionally, sh…
 
Dr. Napoleon Chagnon passed away on September 29 of this year. Chagnon has had an immense impact on our field through both his work and mentorship. Chagnon is well-known for his extensive work among the Yanomamo. In this episode, we honor him and celebrate his life and work by interviewing one of his long-time colleague, Dr. Raymond Hames. To learn…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Jennifer Cullin, a doctoral student in the department of anthropology at Indiana University Bloomington. At IU Bloomington, Jennifer's research focuses on fat bias and the relationship between statistical norms and cultural norms. During her first year as a graduate student, she co-autho…
 
On this week's #Hackademics installment, Chris and Cara chat with Adam Johnson, a former UNCC lecturer and current graduate student at UT San Antonio. #Hacakdemics aims to bring to light under-discussed issues in academics; this week, we cover an increasingly common phenomenon: school shootings. In this episode, Adam shares his personal experience …
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Tina Lasisi, a doctoral student in the department of anthropology at Penn State University. At Penn State, Tina's research focuses on human evolution, variation in hair morphology and pigmentation, and social justice issues that intersect with her research. In this episode, she chats wit…
 
C. Loring Brace passed away on September 7 of this year. Brace has had an immense impact on our field through both his work and mentorship. In this episode, we honor him and celebrate his life and work by interviewing one of his former students, Dr. Shelley Smith.This podcast features topics from Dr. Smith's article, "Single (sub)species then and n…
 
Dr. Young is an internationally recognized expert on impostor syndrome. Her clients include such diverse organizations as Apple, Boeing, Merck, IBM, Intel, Facebook, Microsoft, Chrysler, BP, Blizzard Entertainment, Procter & Gamble, Merck, McDonald’s (Europe), Google, NASA, the USStates embassy in Canada, Society of Women Engineers,the National Can…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Jelena Jankovic, this year’s recipient of the HBA Phyllis Eveleth Award for Outstanding Graduate Presentation or Poster. Jelena's poster titled, "Forced migration and chronic stress: A study of traumatic experiences, mental health, andcortisol among refugees in Serbia" was one of over 10…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, we are debuting our new series installment, "Hackademics". In this miniseries, we are going to be talking about under-discussed issues in academia, including imposter syndrome, mental health, and navigating hostile research environments. We are thrilled to start this series with Dr. Agustin Fuentes, the Edmund P…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Patricia Wright, a tropical biologist, conservationist, and primatologist at Stony Brook University. Dr. Wright shares her delightful origin story, involving a rock concert and night monkey in New York, in addition to her decades-long experience working with non-human primates in var…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with this year’s recipient of the HBA Phyllis Eveleth Award for Outstanding Graduate Presentation or Poster for her talk entitled, "The flexibility of fetal tolerance: immune function during pregnancy varies between two ecologically distinct populations". Carmen is a doctoral student at the U…
 
Check out our newly updated short format episode with anthropologist and cohost extraordinaire Dr. Cara Ocobock. Dr. Cara Ocobock is now an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame and is actively looking for graduate students to become a part of her research team! Chris suggested the idea of this interview to Cara, who l…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Sarah Lacy, a researcher at California State University Dominguez Hills. Dr. Lacy is a biological anthropologist who explores differential frequencies of caries, periodontal disease, and antemortem tooth loss in Neandertals and early modern humans. In addition to her paleoanthropolog…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Eric Shattuck, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Texas, San Antonio who is also affiliated with the Institute for Health Disparities Research. Dr. Shattuck is a biocultural anthropologist whose research connects hormones, health, and behavior in humans. Dr. Shattuck disc…
 
This week on the Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Kristin Krueger, an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Loyola University of Chicago. Dr. Krueger is a biological anthropologist who specializes in dental anthropology within paleoanthropological and bioarchaeological contexts. Dr. Krueger discusses her interest in understanding b…
 
This week on this Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Vince Battista, a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan. Though Vince's primary research interests include adaptation to cold weather and gene-culture coevolution, this interview contains so much more . Vince discusses his path to anthropology, appreciation of the four field …
 
This week on this Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. David Geary, Curator's Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Geary is a cognitive and developmental evolutionary psychologist with interests in mathematical cognition and learning as well as the biological bases of sex differences. Dr. Geary discusses h…
 
This week on this Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Katie Lee, a graduate student in anthropology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Katie shares her current work in Poland investigating how physical activity and estrogen interact to affect bone in healthy adult women. In addition, she talks about her path to anthropology an…
 
This week on this Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Drs. Luseadra and McKerracher and Deb Sloboda of McMaster University in Ontario. Drs. McKerracher and Sloboda are a part of the "Mothers2Babies" project based in Hamilton, Ontario. They talk about their experience working to put anthropological knowledge about the developmental origins …
 
This week on this Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Andrew Sorensen, a post-doctoral researcher within the Human Origins and Material Culture Studies groups at the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden. Dr. Sorensen's work investigates pyrotechnology in the Palaeolithic, with a focus on fire use and fire making by Neandertals. Dr. Sorense…
 
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