This is a rebroadcast of an earlier show (May 15, 2018); no calls will be taken.
Maine anthropologists explain how anthropology is part of our everyday lives. We’ll learn about the different areas of anthropological research (think linguistics and archaeology), what we know about why humans separate into different groups, how anthropology informs our understanding of the human dimensions of climate change, and the anthropology of war.
- Scott MacEachern, Bowdoin College professor, department of sociology and anthropology
- Cindy Isenhour, University of Maine assistant professor, department of anthropology and Climate Change Institute; cooperating faculty, School of Economics and Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions
- Nadia R. El-Shaarawi, Colby College assistant professor of global studies, contributor to the blog Savage Minds
- Sara Lowden (call-in), University of Maine Ph.D. student, anthropology and environmental policy
- NPR Book Reviews: Suspense Along The Sepik With The Young Scientists Of 'Euphoria'
- "Searching For Boko Haram," by Scott MacEachern
- UMaine News: Ph.D. anthropology student organizes ‘Migrant Artifacts’ exhibit at Hudson Museum