Season 05 - Episode 04: Dismantling the Ivory Tower (Open Mic Edition) - Part Two
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10M ago
This episode is the second of a two-episode series on the production of archaeological knowledge in Lebanon produced by Nelly Abboud, contributing editor to the Archaeology Section at American Anthropologist. The series invokes the concept of an “open mic,” or a live show in which members of the audience–no matter their professional stature–take the stage to share their observations, critiques, and analysis. Nelly’s guests are early and mid-career archaeologists working in archaeology and museum worlds that remain elitist and exclusively reserved for members of a privileged and well-establishe ..read more
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Season 05 - Episode 03: Dismantling the Ivory Tower (Open Mic Edition) - Part One
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by Anthropological Airwaves
11M ago
This episode is the first of a two-episode series on the production of archaeological knowledge in Lebanon produced by Nelly Abboud, contributing editor to the Archaeology Section at American Anthropologist. The series invokes the concept of an “open mic,” or a live show in which members of the audience–no matter their professional stature–take the stage to share their observations, critiques, and analysis. Nelly’s guests are early and mid-career archaeologists working in archaeology and museum worlds that remain elitist and exclusively reserved for members of a privileged and well-established ..read more
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Season 05 - Episode 01: Who's Afraid of Universals
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by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
In this episode,  a professor-student pair, Dr. Atreyee Majumder and Manhar Bansal, provide a glimpse into their ongoing conversation on the enduring role of universal categories and their relationship to anthropological knowledge. In light of the discomfort around universals in contemporary social sciences, we offer the provocation: can there be universals beyond those of capitalist modernity? We talk about the dominant time-space compression account of modernity, the possibility of uncovering other, more liberating and revolutionary temporalities, and the fun of doing theory in anthropo ..read more
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Season 04 - Episode 05: Archaeological Identities, Part 3
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by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
This episode is the third (final) installment of a three-part series produced by Eleanor Neil, contributing editor at American Anthropologist and Anthropological Airwaves. From the African American Burial Ground in New York City to the memorialization of violence in Northern Ireland to professional archaeology in the eastern Mediterranean, Eleanor asks archaeologists with different regional and methodological specialties to choose a single object or site, and, in their own words describe how this this site or artefact speaks to the interaction between archaeology and political or social identi ..read more
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Season 04 - Episode 04: Archaeological Identities, Part 2
Anthropological Airwaves
by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
This episode is the second of a three-part series produced by Eleanor Neil, contributing editor at American Anthropologist and Anthropological Airwaves. From the African American Burial Ground in New York City to the memorialization of violence in Northern Ireland to professional archaeology in the eastern Mediterranean, Eleanor asks archaeologists with different regional and methodological specialties to choose a single object or site, and, in their own words describe how this this site or artefact speaks to the interaction between archaeology and political or social identity across time and ..read more
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Season 04 - Episode 02: The Myth of Closure
Anthropological Airwaves
by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
In this episode, guest producer Laura Cirilo examines how the idea of closure configures into international applications of forensic anthropological practice in conversation with Dr. Sarah Wagner, Professor of Anthropology at the George Washington University, and Dr. Mercedes Salado, a member of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team. The episode was produced as a part of the Vital Topics Forum, "How Academic Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge in Biological Anthropology" in Volume 121, Issue 2 of American Anthropologist.  Episode Transcript Closed-Captioning Credits: Produ ..read more
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Season 04 - Epiosde 01: "I'm Indigenous, Not Mestizo:" The Art & Activism of Rapper Jaguar Arreola - Part 3
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by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
In this three-part series, Brown University PhD Students Benjamin Salinas and Adelaida Tamayo examine questions of art, activism, and identity in conversation with Jaguar Arreoloa, an Indigenous-Chicano rapper based in Los Angeles, California. In Part Three (The Debrief), Ben and Adelaida reflect on the interview with Jaguar, what they found inspiring, and each of their key takeaways from the process of creating the episode.  Episode Transcript Close-Captioning Credits:  Production & Editing: Adelaida Tamayo and Benjamin Salinas Executive Producer: Anar Parikh  Background M ..read more
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Season 04 - Epiosde 01: "I'm Indigenous, Not Mestizo:" The Art & Activism of Rapper Jaguar Arreola - Part 2
Anthropological Airwaves
by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
In this three-part series, Brown University PhD Students Benjamin Salinas and Adelaida Tamayo examine questions of art, activism, and identity in conversation with Jaguar Arreoloa, an Indigenous-Chicano rapper based in Los Angeles, California. In Part Two (The Interview), Adelaida and Ben interview Jaguar Arreola about his music and his activism.  Episode Transcript Close-Captioning Credits:  Production & Editing: Adelaida Tamayo and Benjamin Salinas  Executive Producer - Anar Parikh  Featured Music:  "Easy Does" It - Ez E "Fuerza Guerrera II" - Jaguar Arreola, p ..read more
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Season 04 - Epiosde 01: "I'm Indigenous, Not Mestizo:" The Art & Activism of Rapper Jaguar Arreola - Part 1
Anthropological Airwaves
by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
In this three-part series, Brown University PhD Students Benjamin Salinas and Adelaida Tamayo examine questions of art, activism, and identity in conversation with Jaguar Arreoloa, an Indigenous-Chicano rapper based in Los Angeles, California. In Part One (The Planning), the series begins with a conversation between Adelaida and Ben as they prepare for their interview with Jaguar.  Episode Transcript Close-Captioning Credits: Production & Editing: Adelaida Tamayo and Benjamin Salinas  Executive Producer: Anar Parikh  Background Music: Benjamin Salinas  Intro/Outro Musi ..read more
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S04 E00 - New Year, New Season
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by Anthropological Airwaves
1y ago
Anthropological Airwaves will be back soon for Season 4! Transcript Closed-Captioning Credits: Associate Editor / Executive Producer: Anar Parikh Intro/Outro Music: "Waiting" by Crowander ..read more
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