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 111 – Craving Earth: An Excerpt with Dr. Sera Young

January 25, 2021By Alexandra NiclouBook excerpt, Food security, Pica, Reproductive health, Season 3, Water security No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 111 – Craving Earth: An Excerpt with Dr. Sera Young Our second bonus episode is a reading by Dr. Sera Young, an associate professor in the department of anthropology at Northwestern University. Dr. Young is sharing with us the preface and the first chapter from her book Craving Earth: Understanding … Read More

SoS-98 At the Nexus of Resistance and Resilience with Dr. Ruby Fried

October 27, 2020By Delaney GlassAlaska, COVID19, Food security, Health, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 98- At the Nexus of Resistance and Resilience with Dr. Ruby Fried Ruby Fried is an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Alaska-Anchorage. She is currently researching traditional food security and its effects on physical and mental health on St Paul Island with the Aleut community. Additionally, … 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