SoS28- The “Fishy” Perspective with Prosanta Chakrabarty In episode 28, we talk with Dr. Prosanta Chakrabarty, Associate Professor in Biological Sciences and Curator of Ichthyology at Louisiana State University. In addition to his position at LSU, Dr. Chakrabarty is a TED Fellow, and experienced public speaker and science communicator.
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.
“The Sausage of Science Podcast with Cara & Chris” From the Public Relations Committee of the Human Biology Association SoS26- “Live” on Lactation with Katie Hinde In episode 26, we go “live” from a talk with Dr. Katie Hinde as part of the ALLELE series at the University of Alabama. Dr. Hinde discusses her path … Read More
SoS25- Cultural Consonance, Health, and Migration: A Chat with Max Stein In episode 25, we talk with Dr. Max Stein, who successfully defended his dissertation, “Embeddedness, Cultural Consonance, and Health in a Dynamic Migration Network in Northern Peru” at the University of Alabama this semester.
SoS Episode 24- Milk, Microbiomes, and Social Networks: A Chat with Courtney Meehan In episode 24, we talk with Dr.Courtney Meehan, Associate Professor of Evolutionary and Cultural Anthropology at Washington State University. Dr. Meehan’s research interests include infant and child physical, social, and emotional development, parental and alloparental reproductive and investment strategies, and breastfeeding, lactation, … Read More
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
SoS22- Do it to the Extreme:A Chat with Mallika Sarma In episode 22, we talk with Notre Dame graduate student Mallika Sarma. Mallika discusses many aspects of graduate life, including olympic lifting, her reserach on environmental extremes and energetics, and her most recent book and movie recommendations.
In episode 21, we talk with Dr. Alex Brewis (Slade) about her new position as President of the Human Biology Association, her personal development as a researcher, and recent research on weight stigma. Brewis shares stories of her past and her diverse background within the field of anthropology, the importance of studying stigma as an … Read More
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 19, we air a podcast episode originally produced by Science for the People, in which Lynette Sievert discusses the evolution and variation of menopause as a human trait. Sievert is an editor of AJHB and professor of anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research on age at menopause and associated symptom … Read More