Human Biology Association · SoS Bonus- #Hackademics Webinar Series Coming Soon The 4-Part #Hackademics Series (Hacks for Succeeding in Academia) Does the academic career path seem like a mystery? An unsolvable puzzle? Maybe you could use some insider insight as to how to make it all work? AABA has the webinar series for you: #Hackademics Building … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 140- On Shodagor Fathers, Childhood Growth, and Fieldwork with Dr. Kathrine Starkweather On today’s episode, Chris and Cara talk to Dr. Kathrine Starkweather, who is a biocultural and biological anthropologist and is an Assistant Professor at The University of Illinois- Chicago. They discuss her recent paper “Are fathers a good … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 130- Getting Real About The Field & Funding with Dr. Alejandra Nuñez-de la Mora Alejandra Nuñez-de la Mora is a professor at Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, Mexico. She conducts research in Biological Anthropology, Maternal and Child Health, and Reproductive Ecology. Today, Chris and Cara talk to her about the realities … Read More
Human Biology Association · A Chat with Dr. Josh Snodgrass- Part 1 Today’s episode is part 1 of a 2-part episode with Dr. Josh Snodgrass who is a professor at the University of Oregon. Today Chris and Cara talk with him about how he got into anthropology, the power of collaborative research, and setting up … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 105 – Aha Moments and Middle Childhood Research with Dr. Courtney Helfrecht Our guest this week is Dr. Courtney Helfrecht, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama. Dr. Helfrecht chats with us about her path to bicultural anthropology and her work on adrenarche and alloparenting … Read More
SoS27- In-Between Spaces with Carolyn Jost Robinson In episode 27, we talk with Dr. Carolyn Jost Robinson, Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Dr. Robinson shares her experience navigating in-between spaces in research, field sites, and a few notable experiences in the field.
In episode 20, we talk with Dr. Lesley Jo Weaver about her new position as Assistant Professor of International Studies at the University of Oregon, her new book “Sugar and Tension”, fieldwork, and her podcast “Speaking of Race”, which she co-hosts along with Jim Bindon and Erik Peterson. Weaver shares stories of wire cutting and … Read More
In episode 18, we interview Isa Godinez, this year’s recipient of the HBA Edward E. Hunt, Jr. Award for Outstanding Graduate Presentation or Poster for her poster entitled Cardiometabolic health among Purepecha in North Carolina. Godinez is a graduate student at UNC Chapel Hill working with Dr. Amanda Thompson, and recently completed a successful doctoral … Read More