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Death Series: Interview with Dr. Sam Stout

1/4/2018
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Biological anthropologist Dr. Sam Stout discusses his research in bone biology and how his work relates to the fields of bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology.

Duration:00:25:02

Bonus Interview with Dr. Larissa Swedell: "Social Behavior and Sexual Conflict in Hamadryas Baboons"

8/29/2017
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In February, Dr. Larissa Swedell came and gave a talk to the department entitled "Social Behavior and Sexual Conflict in Baboons." She took the time to chat with our podcast host about some of her research and what she does as a primatologist. Photo Credit: Larissa Swedell

Duration:00:30:42

Bonus Interview with Dr. Lucas Delezene - "Teeth of Homo naledi"

8/15/2017
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Recorded February 2017. In this episode, Dr. Lucas Delezene talks about his work broadly and, specifically, about the teeth of a new hominin species: Homo naledi. At the time of recording, the age of the specimens was unknown. In May, it was announced that these hominin fossils date from 236 to 335 thousand years ago (Dirks et al., 2017 https://elifesciences.org/articles/24231)

Duration:00:23:05

S2E2b - Conversation with Dr. Giuseppe Vercellotti and Jesse Goliath

4/10/2017
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Dr. Giuseppe Vercellotti and graduate student Jesse Goliath discuss some of the ways they study later childhood using skeletal materials. They discuss the Osteological Paradox, a hugely important topic in bioarchaeology. For more information about the Osteological Paradox, check out our Supplemental Materials and Transcripts page on our website!

Duration:00:25:19

Bonus Episode: Interview With Dr. Jeffrey Cohen

1/6/2017
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Cultural anthropologist and OSU faculty member Dr. Jeffrey Cohen discusses his research on migration in Oaxaca, Mexico, as well as some of his recent publications.

Duration:00:33:55

S1E3a - Here and Back Again: Foundings, Spreads, and Cycles

10/30/2016
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This episode introduces the field of archaeology and, specifically, discusses how material culture can help anthropologists understand migration in the past.

Duration:00:28:14

S1E2a - Normal and Seasonal Mobility

9/22/2016
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This episode takes a step back from migration and focuses on normal and seasonal mobility through two case studies: one human and one non-human primate.

Duration:00:26:20