Episode 3 – Nina Jablonski Part A

Dr. Nina Jablonski is Evan Pugh Professor of Anthropology at Penn State University. She is a primatologist and paleoanthropologist but has also become among the foremost experts in the world on the biology and evolution of human skin pigmentation. She is author of Living Color: The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color (2012) and Skin: A Natural History (2006). … Read More

Episode 2 – Sean Rafferty Part B

Dr. Sean Rafferty is an archaeologist at the University at Albany. His office is right next door to Cara’s. He was one of Chris’ professors in grad school. Sean’s focus has moved from strictly cognitive and Northeastern U.S. archaeology to the philosophy of skepticism. While Chris fondly remembers Sean as skeptical by nature, he has delved deeper into the discipline, … Read More

Episode 1 – Sean Rafferty Part A

Dr. Sean Rafferty is an archaeologist at the University at Albany. His office is right next door to Cara’s. He was one of Chris’ professors in grad school. Sean’s focus has moved from strictly cognitive and Northeastern U.S. archaeology to the philosophy of skepticism. While Chris fondly remembers Sean as skeptical by nature, he has delved deeper into the discipline, … Read More

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“The Sausage of Science Podcast with Cara & Chris” From the Publicity Committee of the Human Biology AssociationWelcome to the “The Sausage of Science,” the new Human Biology Association podcast hosted by Cara Ocobock and Chris Lynn. “The Sausage of Science” combines interviews and lectures with and by new researchers and research in science writ large and that applies to ... Read More