SoS 167- Understanding Human Health via the Skeleton in Contemporary Populations w/ Amy Anderson

June 6, 2022By Delaney GlassBioarchaeology, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 167- Understanding Human Health via the Skeleton in Contemporary Populations w/ Amy Anderson Blast from the past! In this episode we bring you an interview with Amy Anderson from Spring of 2021. Chris and Cara talk to her about her dissertation research on health as reflected through the human skeleton … Read More

SoS 166 – Who Owns Poop & Other Ethical Quandaries with Dr. Alyssa Crittenden

May 30, 2022By Delaney GlassHadza, Microbiome, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 166 – Who Owns Poop & Other Ethical Quandaries with Dr. Alyssa Crittenden Dr. Alyssa Crittenden joins us today for an excellent conversation (despite internet connectivity issues) about her work with Hadza community members, community-based work, and reconsidering biological sample collection. You can find her recent paper “Who Owns Poop? … Read More

SoS 164- From Vodou to Oncofertility with Dr. Bonnie Kaiser

May 16, 2022By Delaney GlassCultural syndromes, Haiti, Psychological anthropology, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 164- From Vodou to Oncofertility with Dr. Bonnie Kaiser Chris and Cara are joined today by Dr. Bonnie Kaiser, anthropologist, global health researcher, and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California San Diego. On today’s episode, they discuss her recent work on the relationship between mental health and … Read More

SoS 162- Double Jeopardy Impacts of the Rwandan Genocide on Youth with Dr. Glorieuse Uwizeye

May 2, 2022By Delaney GlassNursing, Rwanda, Season 4, Trauma No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 162- Double Jeopardy Impacts of the Rwandan Genocide on Youth with Dr. Glorieuse Uwizeye Dr. Glorieuse Uwizeye is an Assistant Professor at The Western University of Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. Today, Chris and Alex talk to her about her work on the health impacts of the Rwandan genocide on … Read More

SoS 161- Genetic Ancestry, Race, and National Belonging in Argentina with Dr. Graciela Cabana

April 25, 2022By Delaney GlassAncient DNA, Argentina, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 161- Ethnicity, Race, and Nationality in Argentina with Dr. Graciela Cabana Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Graciela Cabana, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Dr. Cabana’s work focuses on the human genome from a biosocial and biopolitical context. In particular, she has been working on … Read More

SoS 158- Measuring Sedentary Behavior with Dr.’s Wagnild and Aunger

April 4, 2022By Delaney GlassPhysical Activity, Season 4, Sedentary behavior No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 158- Measuring Sedentary Behavior with Dr.’s Wagnild and Aunger On today’s episode, Dr. Janelle Wagnild and Dr. Justin Aunger discuss their Toolkit paper in AJHB on measuring sedentary behavior: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajhb.23546. Dr. Wagnild is a postdoctoral scholar the University of Durham in Quantitative Methods and Anthropology of Health, you can find … Read More

SoS 157- A Genetic History of The Americas with Dr. Jennifer Raff

March 28, 2022By Delaney GlassAncient DNA, North America, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 157- A Genetic History of The Americas with Dr. Jennifer Raff Today Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Jennifer Raff all about her new book “Origin: A Genetic History of The Americas” (www.twelvebooks.com/titles/jennifer…/9781538749715/) and exciting/challenging ancient DNA research! Dr. Raff is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at The University of … Read More

SoS 156- Finally, we get to talk about dads with Dr. Peter Gray

March 14, 2022By Delaney GlassBehavioral endocrinology, Fatherhood, Hormones, Parental care, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 156- Finally, we get to talk about dads with Dr. Peter Gray From male reproductive aging, embracing human variability in sports, to cool dog science. On this episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Peter Gray, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Nevada Las Vegas about his diverse research … Read More

SoS 153- Yes, you should get good sleep with Dr. Corey Sparks and Dr. Eric Shattuck

February 21, 2022By Delaney GlassImmune function, Season 4, Sleep No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 153- Yes, you should get good sleep with Dr. Cory Sparks and Dr. Eric Shattuck So, what’s the deal with sleep, immune function, and mortality risk? On today’s episode, Dr. Eric Shattuck and Dr. Corey Sparks discuss their collaboration to investigate how morality risks may be affected by sleep quality, … Read More