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VandyAnthro Podcast

Vanderbilt Anthropology Department - Gabriela Ore

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VandyAnthro Podcast

VandyAnthro Podcast

Vanderbilt Anthropology Department - Gabriela Ore

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A podcast where we have a conversation about what we do and what we want to do. What is like to be an anthropologist, to work with different communities and to learn from them and with them. Here we open about how we discover that passion for what we do and the things that make us happy about our work and the challenges that we face. Take a break and join us.

Latest Episodes

The Path not Taken

Ted Fisher talks about his path to Anthropology and how the discipline can affect change. Our first faculty guess talks about anthropology from the inside.

26 MINFEB 17
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The Path not Taken

El Alma de Nashville - Bonus episode

Miguel nos cuenta como fue mudarse a Nashville y su experiencia como estudiante internacional en un lugar nuevo, cómo se acostumbró a Nashville y cómo encontró una comunidad con sus compañeros de promoción en Antropología y con las personas del Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de Vanderbilt CLAS.

18 MINFEB 10
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El Alma de Nashville - Bonus episode

The Lenguage of Food

Miguel Cuj, awarded Guatemalan graduate student talked to us about how he got into Anthropology trough working with Maya women in nutritional issues and how he approaches nutrition from a language point of view.

26 MINFEB 3
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The Lenguage of Food

From Farm to Table to Anthropology

Following our second episode in our food arc, Alex Korsunsky talks about how he is work with farmers in Oregon and how he is following his research back to the place he calls home.

28 MINJAN 21
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From Farm to Table to Anthropology

Food is Everything

Keitlyn Alcantara talks about her passion for food on her research, her work with the community, and how food connects us with our identity.

23 MINJAN 6
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Food is Everything

VandyAnthro Podcast Trailer

A podcast where we have a conversation about what we do and what we want to do. What is like to be an anthropologist, to work with different communities and to learn from them and with them. Here we open about how we discover that passion for what we do and the things that make us happy about our work and the challenges that we face. Take a break and join us.

50 s2019 DEC 17
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VandyAnthro Podcast Trailer
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Latest Episodes

The Path not Taken

Ted Fisher talks about his path to Anthropology and how the discipline can affect change. Our first faculty guess talks about anthropology from the inside.

26 MINFEB 17
Comments
The Path not Taken

El Alma de Nashville - Bonus episode

Miguel nos cuenta como fue mudarse a Nashville y su experiencia como estudiante internacional en un lugar nuevo, cómo se acostumbró a Nashville y cómo encontró una comunidad con sus compañeros de promoción en Antropología y con las personas del Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de Vanderbilt CLAS.

18 MINFEB 10
Comments
El Alma de Nashville - Bonus episode

The Lenguage of Food

Miguel Cuj, awarded Guatemalan graduate student talked to us about how he got into Anthropology trough working with Maya women in nutritional issues and how he approaches nutrition from a language point of view.

26 MINFEB 3
Comments
The Lenguage of Food

From Farm to Table to Anthropology

Following our second episode in our food arc, Alex Korsunsky talks about how he is work with farmers in Oregon and how he is following his research back to the place he calls home.

28 MINJAN 21
Comments
From Farm to Table to Anthropology

Food is Everything

Keitlyn Alcantara talks about her passion for food on her research, her work with the community, and how food connects us with our identity.

23 MINJAN 6
Comments
Food is Everything

VandyAnthro Podcast Trailer

A podcast where we have a conversation about what we do and what we want to do. What is like to be an anthropologist, to work with different communities and to learn from them and with them. Here we open about how we discover that passion for what we do and the things that make us happy about our work and the challenges that we face. Take a break and join us.

50 s2019 DEC 17
Comments
VandyAnthro Podcast Trailer
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