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The Arch and Anth Podcast

Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera

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The Arch and Anth Podcast

The Arch and Anth Podcast

Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera

9
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57
Plays
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The Arch and Anth Podcast aims to provides entertaining and educational content about archaeology and anthropology. Hosting the show is Dr Michael B. C. Rivera, an expert in the study of human biology, human behavior and human societies worldwide, from the earliest beginnings to modern times. Episodes come out every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, featuring a special guest talking about their work.More info at: http://archandanth.com/

Latest Episodes

Episode 107: In plant genomics, what are polyploidy and subgenome dominance?

Kevin Bird (Michigan State University) is a genomicist and evolutionary biologist, and, in this episode, we talk about genetic variation in plants, ancient hominins and modern humans! For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

59 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 107: In plant genomics, what are polyploidy and subgenome dominance?

Episode 106: What is the history of Filipino nurses working in the United States?

In this episode, Dr. Catherine Ceniza Choy (University of California, Berkeley) talks to us about ethnic studies, Filipino identity and culture, the history of nurses working in America, and history of Asian adoption into the United States. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

45 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 106: What is the history of Filipino nurses working in the United States?

Episode 105: How may isotopic analyses help us understand who Egypt's Hyksos Dynasty were?

For this episode, Dr. Chris Stantis (University of Bournemouth) talks to us about her work using isotopic analyses to understand how people lived, moved and ate in the past. This is because stable isotope data can indicate for us clues about the environment surrounding ancient humans and what they were doing. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

52 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 105: How may isotopic analyses help us understand who Egypt's Hyksos Dynasty were?

Episode 104: What role did olfaction play in human evolution? How can we study urban spaces anthropologically?

For this Friday edition of the podcast, Dr. Kara Hoover (University of Alaska Fairbanks) talks all about a wide range of topics: the evolution of our sense of smell, human resilience and adaptability, studies of urban geography and social welfare, surveillance and much, much more. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

53 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 104: What role did olfaction play in human evolution? How can we study urban spaces anthropologically?

Episode 103: What is the role of a scientific journal's Senior Editor?

Today, Luíseach Nic Eoin (Nature Ecology & Evolution) shares with us her work as Senior Editor for a renowned scientific journal. We discuss what editorial work involves and how she works with scholars to release new findings to the greater scientific community. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

40 MINMAR 4
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Episode 103: What is the role of a scientific journal's Senior Editor?

Episode 102: What do archaeologists know about technological diversity in Paleoamerican Brazilian archaeology?

In this episode, Dr. João Carlos Moreno de Sousa (Laboratory of Human Evolutionary Studies, Institute of Biosciences, University of São Paulo) takes us through his work in Paleoindian archaeology, prehistoric Brazilian stone tool analyses and experimental archaeology. JuCa is also a science communicator and co-creator of online archaeology content. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

58 MINMAR 2
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Episode 102: What do archaeologists know about technological diversity in Paleoamerican Brazilian archaeology?

Episode 101: How may oral histories, archaeology and osteology be integrated to study the history of enslaved people in the Dutch Caribbean?

On this episode of the Arch and Anth Podcast, Dr. Felicia Fricke (University of Kent; University of Leiden) talks about her work looking at the history of slavery in the Dutch Caribbean and integrating approaches from archaeology, osteology and oral histories. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

40 MINFEB 3
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Episode 101: How may oral histories, archaeology and osteology be integrated to study the history of enslaved people in the Dutch Caribbean?

Episode 100: How can academics work through underrepresentation issues in anthropology and archaeology?

For a very special hundredth episode, the host of the Arch and Anth Podcast, Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera, is interviewed himself by the first guest he had on the podcast, Dr. Sarah-Louise Decrausaz (University of Victoria). Here, they discuss diversity and representation in academia, the challenges of doing bioarchaeological fieldwork, and The Arch and Anth Podcast itself. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

62 MINJAN 17
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Episode 100: How can academics work through underrepresentation issues in anthropology and archaeology?

Episode 99: How do forensic anthropologists collect, record and prepare forensic evidence for court?

In this episode, Professor Dame Sue Black (Lancaster University) discusses her current role as Pro-Vice Chancellor for Engagement, and her previous work as Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology at the University of Dundee and in forensic anthropology working for British and international organizations. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

51 MINJAN 16
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Episode 99: How do forensic anthropologists collect, record and prepare forensic evidence for court?

Episode 98: What does intersectional theory add to skeletal studies of industrial-era English populations?

Today, Derek Boyd (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) delves into a range of topics covering intersectional theory, forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology and palaeopathology (i.e., the study of archaeological health and disease). How does Derek want to study historical health in this context through a combination of scientific methodologies and archival research? For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

51 MINJAN 13
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Episode 98: What does intersectional theory add to skeletal studies of industrial-era English populations?

Latest Episodes

Episode 107: In plant genomics, what are polyploidy and subgenome dominance?

Kevin Bird (Michigan State University) is a genomicist and evolutionary biologist, and, in this episode, we talk about genetic variation in plants, ancient hominins and modern humans! For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

59 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Episode 107: In plant genomics, what are polyploidy and subgenome dominance?

Episode 106: What is the history of Filipino nurses working in the United States?

In this episode, Dr. Catherine Ceniza Choy (University of California, Berkeley) talks to us about ethnic studies, Filipino identity and culture, the history of nurses working in America, and history of Asian adoption into the United States. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 106: What is the history of Filipino nurses working in the United States?

Episode 105: How may isotopic analyses help us understand who Egypt's Hyksos Dynasty were?

For this episode, Dr. Chris Stantis (University of Bournemouth) talks to us about her work using isotopic analyses to understand how people lived, moved and ate in the past. This is because stable isotope data can indicate for us clues about the environment surrounding ancient humans and what they were doing. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

52 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 105: How may isotopic analyses help us understand who Egypt's Hyksos Dynasty were?

Episode 104: What role did olfaction play in human evolution? How can we study urban spaces anthropologically?

For this Friday edition of the podcast, Dr. Kara Hoover (University of Alaska Fairbanks) talks all about a wide range of topics: the evolution of our sense of smell, human resilience and adaptability, studies of urban geography and social welfare, surveillance and much, much more. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 104: What role did olfaction play in human evolution? How can we study urban spaces anthropologically?

Episode 103: What is the role of a scientific journal's Senior Editor?

Today, Luíseach Nic Eoin (Nature Ecology & Evolution) shares with us her work as Senior Editor for a renowned scientific journal. We discuss what editorial work involves and how she works with scholars to release new findings to the greater scientific community. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

40 MINMAR 4
Comments
Episode 103: What is the role of a scientific journal's Senior Editor?

Episode 102: What do archaeologists know about technological diversity in Paleoamerican Brazilian archaeology?

In this episode, Dr. João Carlos Moreno de Sousa (Laboratory of Human Evolutionary Studies, Institute of Biosciences, University of São Paulo) takes us through his work in Paleoindian archaeology, prehistoric Brazilian stone tool analyses and experimental archaeology. JuCa is also a science communicator and co-creator of online archaeology content. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

58 MINMAR 2
Comments
Episode 102: What do archaeologists know about technological diversity in Paleoamerican Brazilian archaeology?

Episode 101: How may oral histories, archaeology and osteology be integrated to study the history of enslaved people in the Dutch Caribbean?

On this episode of the Arch and Anth Podcast, Dr. Felicia Fricke (University of Kent; University of Leiden) talks about her work looking at the history of slavery in the Dutch Caribbean and integrating approaches from archaeology, osteology and oral histories. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

40 MINFEB 3
Comments
Episode 101: How may oral histories, archaeology and osteology be integrated to study the history of enslaved people in the Dutch Caribbean?

Episode 100: How can academics work through underrepresentation issues in anthropology and archaeology?

For a very special hundredth episode, the host of the Arch and Anth Podcast, Dr. Michael B. C. Rivera, is interviewed himself by the first guest he had on the podcast, Dr. Sarah-Louise Decrausaz (University of Victoria). Here, they discuss diversity and representation in academia, the challenges of doing bioarchaeological fieldwork, and The Arch and Anth Podcast itself. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

62 MINJAN 17
Comments
Episode 100: How can academics work through underrepresentation issues in anthropology and archaeology?

Episode 99: How do forensic anthropologists collect, record and prepare forensic evidence for court?

In this episode, Professor Dame Sue Black (Lancaster University) discusses her current role as Pro-Vice Chancellor for Engagement, and her previous work as Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology at the University of Dundee and in forensic anthropology working for British and international organizations. For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

51 MINJAN 16
Comments
Episode 99: How do forensic anthropologists collect, record and prepare forensic evidence for court?

Episode 98: What does intersectional theory add to skeletal studies of industrial-era English populations?

Today, Derek Boyd (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) delves into a range of topics covering intersectional theory, forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology and palaeopathology (i.e., the study of archaeological health and disease). How does Derek want to study historical health in this context through a combination of scientific methodologies and archival research? For more info: http://archandanth.com/ See the Patreon page for details on how to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/archandanthpod

51 MINJAN 13
Comments
Episode 98: What does intersectional theory add to skeletal studies of industrial-era English populations?
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