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.

In this episode, he discusses his path to anthropology, life and research as a graduate student, navigating the job market, and next steps in the field. For more information on Dr. Stein’s work, check out his webpage: www.researchgate.net/profile/Max_Stein4, and feel free to get in touch with him, via email at: maxjstein@gmail.com

The Sausage of Science is produced by Cara Ocobock and Chris Lynn, with assistance from Junior Service Fellow Caroline Owens for the Public Relations Committee of the Human Biology Association. The song in the soundbed is “Always Lyin’” by the Morning Shakes.
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Michaela Howells, Public Relations Committee Chair, Email: howellsm@uncw.edu

Cara Ocobock, Website: www.albany.edu/anthro/72074.php, Email:cocobock@albany.edu, Twitter:@CaraOcobock

Chris Lynn, Website:cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email:cdlynn@ua.edu, Twitter:@Chris_Ly

Caroline Owens, Email: cowens8@emory.edu, Twitter: @careowens

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