SoS 181- Dr. Asher Rosinger returns to the podcast to discuss water and thirst!

January 19, 2023By Andrea SilvaBolivia, Extreme environments, Kenya, Season 5, Thirst No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS SoS 181- Dr. Asher Rosinger returns to the podcast to discuss water and thirst! On this show Dr. Asher Rosinger joins Cara and Chris to discuss his new paper in the American Journal of Human Biology (AJHB) titled “Cross-cultural variation in thirst perception in hot-humid and hot-arid environments: Evidence from … Read More

SoS 23- When it Rains, it Floods: A Chat with Asher Rosinger

September 17, 2018By Caroline OwensAcademia, Health, Season 2, Tsimane, Water security No Comments

SoS Episode 23- When it Rains, it Floods: A Chat with Asher Rosinger In episode 23, we talk with Dr. Asher Rosinger, a member of the Human Biology Association and Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Health and Anthropology at Penn State. At Penn State, Rosinger examines human response to changing nutritional and economic environments through water … Read More

SoS 16- Biocultural implications of Soviet collapse & other stories with Bill Leonard Part B

June 8, 2018By humbio-adminBolivia, Evolution, Health, Lecture, Peru, Season 1, Siberia No Comments

In episode 16, we share an edited version of Bill Leonard’s April 24, 2018 James R. Bindon Biocultural Anthropology and Health Series lecture at the University of Alabama entitled “Integrating Evolutionary and Biological Approaches to the Study of Human Diversity and Health.” Leonard is the Abraham Harris Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology … Read More

SoS 15 – Past, Present, & Future of Human Adaptability with Bill Leonard Part A

June 8, 2018By humbio-adminBolivia, Career path, Evolution, Health, Peru, Season 1, Siberia No Comments

In episode 15, we interview Bill Leonard from Northwestern University. Leonard is the Abraham Harris Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology and the Director of the Global Health Studies Program at Northwestern. He is a past president of the Human Biology Association. In this interview, he talks about his heritage from the Paul … Read More