Interested in more anthropology? Here is a list of a few blogs, podcasts, and videos you might find intriguing. Please feel free to suggest more by emailing me at email@example.com.
Other Anthropology Blogs:
Savage Minds – www.SavageMinds.org
This is a long-running and highly acclaimed sociocultural anthropology blog written by a always evolving group of anthropologists across the field.
The Geek Anthropologist – www.thegeekanthropologist.com
Taking “an anthropological approach to all things geek”, this is the blog for anyone who wants to think critically and appreciatively about science, science fiction, fantasy, and/or gaming.
Powered by Osteons – www.PoweredbyOsteons.org
Dr. Kristina Killgrove is a bioarchaeologist and an assistant professor at the University of West Florida (as well as a former graduate school classmate!). She writes this popular blog about archaeology, bioanthropology, and the classical world, as well as a very popular Forbes column: www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/
Neuroanthropology: Understanding the encultured brain and body – blogs.plos.org/neuroanthropology
This blog explores the research done across numerous fields with respect to the human brain, examining the interaction of nature and culture as it relates to our inherited, developing, and ever-changing neural systems.
Ethnography.com – ethnography.com
As their tagline states, this is a “group blog on a wide variety of topics related to anthropology & sociology”.
Culture Matters – culturematters.wordpress.com
Focusing on a wide array of applied anthropology, and written by current and former anthropologists of Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
Anthropology Podcasts and Videos:
Society for Applied Anthropology – http://sfaapodcasts.net/
Covering a diversity of topics in applied anthropology, this series is produced in conjunction with the Society for Applied Anthropology and the University of North Texas.
This Anthropological Life – www.ThisAnthroLife.com
TAL is a blended news program/anthropology lesson that covers topical issues of the day.
Society for Cultural Anthropology – culanth.org http://www.culanth.org/conversations/24-anthropod-the-sca-podcast
SCA is best known in the field for its highly respected academic journal Cultural Anthropology. Its podcast series interviews anthropologists for how their research informs various current events and social issues.
Antropologi.info: social cultural anthropology in the news blog – antropologi.info/blog/anthropology/
An “anthropology portal” that tracks and reports on anthropology in the news and on the web in both English and German.
An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPAO-lZ4_hU
A fascinating and informative lecture at the Library of Congress by anthropologist Michael Wesch, who studies digital culture on YouTube and other venues. Follow his projects on Digital Ethnography at http://www.michaelwesch.com/.
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