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Episode 28: Anthropology and Ethics

1/14/2019
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## AnthroAlert ## Episode 28: Anthropology and Ethics Originally aired 19 January 2018 on bullsradio.org Guest Bree Casper joins the team to discuss anthropology and ethics. ## Podcast link ## Video link ## Album art photo credit: Oliver Thompson https://flic.kr/p/9zVPYB CC License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ ## Intro music credit: Awel by stefsax http://ccmixter.org/files/stefsax/7785 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/ Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah...

Duration:00:50:02

Episode 27: Ryan Harke

1/7/2019
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## AnthroAlert ## Episode 27: Ryan Harke Originally aired 12 January 2018 on bullsradio.org Guest Ryan M. Harke is a PhD Candidate in archaeology at USF. He grew up west of St. Louis, Missouri, earning his BS in Anthropology at Missouri State University in 2008, and he later earned his MA in Applied Anthropology from USF in 2012. In between degree programs, Ryan spent a couple years working for cultural resource management (CRM) archaeology firms throughout the Midwest and Southeast...

Duration:00:44:43

Episode 26: STEM

12/31/2018
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## AnthroAlert ## Episode 26: STEM Originally aired 15 December 2017 on bullsradio.org Dr. Rebecca Campbell is our guest this week. ![](https://78.media.tumblr.com/1c927d3aef6a8a7c9311b8688c7f4dbf/tumblr_inline_p0woz2CXuT1uk28fm_540.jpg) Dr. Campbell is part of a team of researchers at the University of Connecticut and the University of South Florida, with affiliates elsewhere, working on a project exploring how social capital and cultural models impact the retention and degree...

Duration:00:45:21

Episode 25: The Florida Public Archaeology Network

12/24/2018
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# 8 Dec 2017 # The Florida Public Archaeology Network About FPAN: The Florida Public Archaeology Network's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding of Florida's archaeological heritage through regional centers throughout the state. Our Regional Centers operate visible public outreach programs, including promotion of archaeological/heritage tourism; partnerships with Florida Anthropological Society chapters and other regional heritage...

Duration:00:39:38

Episode 24: Early Village Formation

12/17/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 24: Early Village Formation Originally aired 1 December 2017 on bullsradio.org Guest Dr. Thomas J. Pluckhahn, Ph.D., talks us through his research in early village formation along the Gulf Coast. > Why and how did people begin living together in villages, a process that ultimately led to denser aggregations like cities and states? In our increasingly urbanized world of 7 billion inhabitants, this question may seem arcane or even a little odd. But it presents a...

Duration:00:44:24

Episode 23: The Peace Corps

12/10/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 23: The Peace Corps Originally aired 17 November 2017 on bullsradio.org Guest Dr. Christian Wells discusses volunteer service with the Peace Corps. ## Podcast link ## Video link ## Album art photo credit: Oliver Thompson https://flic.kr/p/9zVPYB CC License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ ## Intro music credit: Awel by stefsax http://ccmixter.org/files/stefsax/7785 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/ Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah...

Duration:00:42:40

Episode 22: Engaging with the Discipline

12/3/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 22: Engaging with the Discipline Originally aired 10 November 2017 on bullsradio.org Katie Shakour returns to discuss presenting at academic conferences and publishing in academic journals. Katie Shakour is a historical archaeologist and has focused on Irish archaeology for the past 9 years. Her current research explores how communities react to disaster through time and how heritage is constructed with regards to disasters. She explores multi-scalar heritage...

Duration:00:45:38

Episode 21: Local Knowledge Systems

11/26/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 21: Local Knowledge Systems Originally aired 20 October 2017 on bullsradio.org Anthony Tricarico returns to discuss the creation of local knowledge systems and how anthropologists engage with communities to develop effective partnerships. Anthony Tricarico is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Florida. His research focuses broadly on complex, dynamic coupled natural-human systems. For his dissertation, Anthony is...

Duration:00:38:35

Episode 20: Bioarchaeology

11/19/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 20: Bioarchaeology Originally aired 13 October 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Bethard teaches us about the anthropology subfield **bioarchaeology** and how it teaches us about our humanity. Jonathan D. Bethard is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at USF. His research explores questions at the intersection of biological anthropology and archaeology, most notably in the fields of bioarchaeology and forensic...

Duration:00:42:22

Episode 19: Emergency Department

11/12/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 19: Emergency Department Originally aired 6 October 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we explore how an anthropological perspective can be a part of the emergency department. Our guests, Dr. Roberta Baer and Dr. Jason Wilson , will present on their project where they design a course for pre-med students to better understand the patient experience. We will better define the role of anthropology and social science epistemologies in medical school training...

Duration:00:41:07

Episode 18: Archaeological Methods

11/5/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 18: Archaeological Methods Originally aired 29 September 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we explore how archaeological methods and modern technology help us to better understand the earliest neolithic sites in Western Europe. Our guest, Dr. Robert Tykot, will present on current research in Western Europe. Robert H. Tykot is a Professor at the University of South Florida, where he has been for 21 years since receiving his PhD from Harvard University....

Duration:00:41:30

Episode 17: Historical Archaeology

10/28/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 17: Historical Archaeology Originally aired 22 September 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we discuss historical archaeology. Our guest, Katie Shakour, presents her research. Katie Shakour is a historical archaeologist and has focused on Irish archaeology for the past 9 years. Her current research explores how communities react to disaster through time and how heritage is constructed with regards to disasters. She explores multi-scalar heritage...

Duration:00:44:16

Episode 16: Hunger Advocacy

10/21/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 16: Hunger Advocacy Originally aired 15 September 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we discuss how an anthropological perspective helps address issues of hunger in our community. Our guest, Laura Kihlstrom, presents on food insecurity in the Tampa Bay Area. Laura is a dual degree student at USF: she is getting her doctorate in cultural anthropology and MPH in maternal and child health. She has an MSc in agroecology from the University of Helsinki,...

Duration:00:43:51

Episode 15: Hunger Advocacy

10/14/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 15: Hunger Advocacy Originally aired 1 September 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we discuss how an anthropological perspective helps address issues of hunger in our community. Our guest, Dr. David Himmelgreen, presents on his work with the Hunger Action Alliance. David Himmelgreen is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. Himmelgreen is a biocultural nutritional anthropologist with expertise in...

Duration:00:44:15

Episode 14: Community Archaeology

10/7/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 14: Community Archaeology Originally aired 26 August 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we engage further into the discussion around heritage and historical archeology. Our guest, Dr. Diane Wallman, will speak about ongoing archaeological research at the Judah P. Benjamin Confederate Memorial at Gamble Plantation Historic State Park, in Ellenton, Florida. image Dr. Diane Wallman is an Assistant Professor in Anthropology at the University of South Florida...

Duration:00:39:57

Episode 13: Druze Identity

9/30/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 13: Druze Identity Originally aired 18 August 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, our guest, Chad Radwan, will present on how expanded educational resources focused on Druze history might strengthen collective notions of community and Druze particularism. Chad Radwan is a recent graduate of the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Florida. As well, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in anthropology at USF in 2006 and his Master’s degree in...

Duration:00:45:11

Episode 12: Parenting

9/23/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 12: Parenting Originally aired 11 August 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we examine the anthropology of parenting. Our guest, Anna Davidson Abella, will help us to discuss anthropological approaches to understanding parenting. Anna received her B.S. in Anthropology from USF in 2004 and went on to complete a joint M.A. in Anthropology and Women’s and Gender studies from Brandeis University in 2006. She returned to the Tampa area to work in the...

Duration:00:34:32

Episode 11: Heritage Studies

9/16/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 11: Heritage Studies Originally aired 4 August 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we discuss how anthropology helps us to better understand culture and national identity. Our guest, Vivian Gornik, will present on heritage and museum studies. Vivian is a PhD Candidate in applied anthropology at the University of South Florida. She has a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Museum Studies from the University of Florida. As a cultural anthropologist she combines...

Duration:00:42:24

Episode 10: The Con

9/9/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 10: The Con Originally aired 28 July 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, Spencer and René explore anthropological perspectives of the comic con and cosplay. ## Podcast link https://anthroalert.tumblr.com/post/168391803826/anthroalert-episode-10-the-con-originally ## Video link https://youtu.be/SDSTL0k3r4Q ## Album art photo credit: Oliver Thompson https://flic.kr/p/9zVPYB CC License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ Numeria...

Duration:00:45:10

Episode 09: Forensic Analysis

9/2/2018
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# AnthroAlert ## Episode 09: Forensic Analysis Originally aired 21 July 2017 on bullsradio.org In this episode, we look at applications of forensic anthropology. Our guest, Liotta Noche-Dowdy, will present on using multi-isotope analysis to aid with the identification of unidentified decedents in the Tampa Bay area. Liotta Noche-Dowdy is a Ph.D. student of applied anthropology at the University of South Florida. Liotta Noche-Dowdy originally grew up in San Diego, CA and has her first...

Duration:00:44:32