Human Biology Association · SoS 76 – With a Side of Knowledge Crossover Episode ft. Cara Ocobock In this episode we bring you a cross-over with the podcast “With a Side of Knowledge”, hosted by Ted Fox from the University of Notre Dame’s Provost Office. This interview features our own Dr. Cara Ocobock discussing her … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 75- Arch and Anth Crossover Episode ft. Chris Lynn This week, we’re bringing you a cross-promotion with the awesome “The Arch & Anth Podcast”, hosted by Dr. Michael Rivera. A bonus: this episode features our very own Dr. Chris Lynn! We hope that you enjoy hearing more about Chris’ work … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 77- The Anthrolactology Crossover This week, dive into one of our most meta-episodes yet: the podcast about a podcast featuring the amazing researchers behind the Anthrolactology blog and podcast! This interview features not one, but three cutting-edge anthropologists working at the intersections of anthropology, human lactation, and society.
This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Barry Boginl, a “big wig” in the field and Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Loughborough University. Dr. Bogin discusses his work life-long work on human growth and development, along with the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on birth … Read More
Human Biology Association · SoS 73 – Unpacking the Black Boxes of Neurophysiology and Inheritance with Dr. Aaron Blackwell
Human Biology Association · SoS 72 – Hackademics: Ethical Research and International Student Advising with Dr. Pablo Nepomnaschy In this episode of the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Pablo Nepomnaschy, an Associate Professor of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Nepomnaschy discusses his transformation into a researcher who focuses on … Read More
SoS 71- The Making of Meaning with Dr. Jeffrey Peterson This week’s episode features a myriad of topics including niche construction, semiotics, hats ravaged by monkeys, and meaning-making between humans and dogs- all courtesy of Dr. Jeffrey Peterson. Dr. Peterson is a postdoctoral fellow in the anthropology department at Notre Dame. His research addresses the … Read More
This week on the Sausage of Science, Cara and Chris talk with Dr. Sam Urlacher, an assistant professor at Baylor University. Dr. Urlacher discusses his work examining life history tradeoffs and energetic constraints among Shuar children of Amazonian Ecuador. In addition, he answers questions about possible links between COVID-19 and child development patterns, and also … Read More
In this episode, Dr. Tanya Lurhmann joins Chris and Cara to discuss her life’s work as an “anthropologist of the human relationship with invisible others”. Dr. Lurhmann is the Watkins University Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University.
This week Cara and Chris chat with Dr. Eileen Hebets, a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Hebets discusses her research on spider communication and how these same techniques can be applied to better understand communication in humans and other animals.