Episode 37: Origin Studies Part 3 with Mike Degani, Timothy Cooper, and Marilyn Strathern
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
4M ago
Episode 37: Origin Studies Part 3, by Adam Hinden. With Mike Degani, Timothy Cooper, and Marilyn Strathern Anthropologists often work with communities far away from where they live and study. How do we come to commit ourselves to years of engagement in a specific field site? Inspired by a gap in anthropological education surrounding the selection of field-sites, this three-part podcast explores how some anthropologists developed their interest in specific settings and topics, and how these inclinations are shaped by various external factors into life-long research interests and specializations ..read more
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Episode 36: Origin Studies Part 2 with Andrew Sanchez, Elizabeth Turk, and Caroline Humphrey
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
4M ago
Episode 36: Origin Studies Part 2, by Adam Hinden. With Andrew Sanchez, Elizabeth Turk, and Caroline Humphrey Anthropologists often work with communities far away from where they live and study. How do we come to commit ourselves to years of engagement in a specific field site? Inspired by a gap in anthropological education surrounding the selection of field-sites, this three-part podcast explores how some anthropologists developed their interest in specific settings and topics, and how these inclinations are shaped by various external factors into life-long research interests and specializati ..read more
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Episode 35: Origin Studies Part 1, by Adam Hinden. With Sian Lazar, Thomas White, and Iza Kavedžija
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
4M ago
Episode 35: Origin Studies Part 1, by Adam Hinden. With Sian Lazar, Thomas White, and Iza Kavedžija Anthropologists often work with communities far away from where they live and study. How do we come to commit ourselves to years of engagement in a specific field site? Inspired by a gap in anthropological education surrounding the selection of field-sites, this three-part podcast explores how some anthropologists developed their interest in specific settings and topics, and how these inclinations are shaped by various external factors into life-long research interests and specializations. Each ..read more
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Episode 34. Artery Episode 8: Rabab Chamseddine with Rebecca Appleton
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
4M ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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Episode 33. Artery. Episode 7: Emiko Agatsuma with Iza Kavedžija
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
8M ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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Episode 32. Artery: on art, authorship and anthropology. Episode 6: Bronagh Lawson with Kayla Rush
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
8M ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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Episode 31. Artery: Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh with Anonymous Anthropologist
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
1y ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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Episode 30. Artery: Jesús Guevara Rico with Alanna Cant
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
1y ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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Episode 29: The 'Political' in Northern Irish Protestant Marching Bands, by Sean French.
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
1y ago
This podcast examines the shifting sonic politics of the marching band scene in Derry, Northern Ireland. 20 years ago, Protestant parading in Derry was a source of intense political conflict but over the years it has become less controversial due to inter-community collaboration. However, tensions remain. Sean French and his interlocutors discuss how different political styles sound and how acoustic experience intersects with political marginalization. Through ideas around rowdiness, volume, and voice, French shows how marching band members in contemporary Northern Ireland negotiate different ..read more
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Episode 28. Artery: Tuguldur Yondonjamts with Hermione Spriggs
Camthropod | The Cambridge Anthropology Podcast
by Cambridge Anthropology
1y ago
Who is responsible for making a work of art? In each episode of this collaborative podcast series, one anthropologist, specialising in a particular cultural context, has a conversation with an artist of their choosing, exploring issues of authorship and responsibility in art. Ranging across geographical locations and creative practices, discussions address and unpack the conceptualisation of the artistic person, authorship as centred upon an individual or bounded group, and the development of responsibility for artworks during and after their making. Each episode brings a fresh perspective on ..read more
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