Communicating research findings and expressing discipline perspectives can be difficult. Complex theories and findings can run on for pages in reports or go on for hours in lectures!
Podcasts are readily becoming the new vehicle for accessible academic and personal anthropological conversations and expositions.
Below are some of the top Anthropology podcasts related to practicing and applying discipline specific theories and methods. Additionally, episodes guest starring USF Anthropology faculty are also featured.
Demystifying the craft of anthropology, the podcast broaches a series of fundamental questions about past, present, and future disciplinary practice, and charts new paths for anthropological engagement.
Heritage Voices features Dr. Antoinette Jackson, as she discusses her work with the Gullah Geechee and the importance of representation in telling people’s stories.
Looking for current anthropology research?
Head over to the Anthropology Commons and browse the widespread, accessible, and reliable materials housed in their organized collections.
Clicking "Explore" anywhere on the multicolored Discipline Wheel opens a Commons page for a particular academic discipline. From there, you can browse popular and recently added articles, search all content, or "Follow" authors and publications to receive monthly email updates on new work being published in the Anthropology field.
Only full-text, open-access research and scholarship are included in the collections, so no accessibility stress is included!
The collections are constructed by university librarians and academic institutions. The Commons is a dynamic research tool where you can find …