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Welcome to the podcast dedicated to Anthropology. On this podcast we will investigate different topics in anthropology, as well as interviewing a wide range of guests to hear about some of their experiences and learn about the remarkable research they are producing. This podcast is based out of UC Santa Barbara, and guests will include professors, graduate students, alumni and more.
 
If you have tinsel on the brain and mulled wine in your blood, this is the podcast for you. We’re living in a golden age of delightfully cheesy Christmas movies, and on Bah Humbug we examine the biggest new offerings this season, as well as looking back at classic seasonal favourites. Think Kurt Russell in The Christmas Chronicles 2, Dolly Parton in Christmas On The Square and Kristen Stewart in Happiest Season. Hosted by Helen O’Hara (the Empire podcast, His Darker Materials) and a rotating ...
 
Soulpepper, one of Canada's largest theatres, is an artist-centred company that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them. The Soulpepper Podcast presents highlights from its weekly Cabaret Series, featuring intimate musical performances from established artists, exciting talent, as well as unexpected collaborations from Toronto's diverse musical community.
 
GUITAR TRAX hosted by Brian Tarquin airs every Monday night from 10pm-12pm on WFIT 89.5FM on the Florida space coast, you can listen online WFIT.org. Tarquin plays jazz/rock fusion styles such as Weather Report, Pat Metheny, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham to Jeff Beck and Frank Zappa. The show also features in-depth interviews with today’s hottest guitar legends. Brian Tarquin is a multi Emmy Award winning composer/guitarist, who first graced the Top 20 Billboard Charts back in 1997 with ...
 
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Welcome Professor of Archaeology at Moorpark College, Dr. Andrew Kinkella! To start off our discussion we go back to Dr. Kinkella’s undergraduate days at UC Santa Barbara, and how it guided his journey in Anthropology. Hear about his Intro to Archaeology teacher, Professor Brian Fegan, and how his captivating teaching style inspired Kinkella to wan…
 
Alicia Boswell is an Assistant Professor in UC Santa Barbara’s History of Art and Architecture department, and focuses her research (and teaching) around themes of ancient Andean Archaeology, conservation, cultural heritage, craft production, cultural landscapes and much more that we will discuss in today’s episode. Since she began her journey as a…
 
This episode with Adam Gamwell is jam packed with great conversations, stories about serendipitous timing and pertinent advice for anyone looking for new, creative ways to apply their anthropological knowledge more broadly. Adam tells about his graduate school experiences at Brandies, and how traveling to Peru as a graduate student ended up shaping…
 
Violin virtuoso Steve Kindler has performed and recorded with Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jeff Beck and Jan Hammer. He has played in The Honolulu Symphony, but he cut his jazz chops with guitar great John McLaughlin. Kindler's smooth yet impassioned violin improvisations are the perfect vehicle for his own highly melodic compositions, combining classical…
 
This week I sat down to talk to Biological Anthropology graduate student Dana Al-Hindi, a member of Brenna Henn's laboratory at UC Davis (http://hennlab.ucdavis.edu/), who is looking at human phenotypic variation in hunter-gather populations in Africa. Her research primarily focuses on identifying the genetic architecture of skin pigmentation withi…
 
Most notably Hammer performed and recorded with Jeff Beck during Beck's most fruitful fusion period in the 1970's. He also scored the popular television show Miami Vice from the 1980s, consisting of the "Miami Vice Theme" and "Crockett's Theme". He collaborated with the most influential jazz and rock musicians from the fusion era such as John McLau…
 
Join me in welcoming Dr. Srimati Basu (President elect of the Association of Feminist Anthropology) and Dr. Michelle Ramirez (Active member of the Association of Feminist Anthropology) who are both accomplished researchers in the field of cultural anthropology and gender studies. Listen to us talk about the women who inspire us, their work in femin…
 
Joe Satriani is the world’s most commercially successful solo guitar performer, with six gold and platinum discs to his credit (including one more gold award for the debut album by his band Chickenfoot), and sales in excess of 10 million copies. Satriani’s solo discography includes a host of classics, including 1989’s "Flying In A Blue Dream", "The…
 
This week I interview husband and wife writing duo, Dr. Lesley Newson and Dr. Peter Richerson, on their careers and their newest joint book, A Story of Us: A New Look at Human Evolution. We discuss how they met and decided to write the book in a style that targets a multi-level audience, not just other academics, and why they chose to tell the stor…
 
Today Dr. Jennifer Miller from the Max Planck Institute joins us today to talk about her work investigating research questions in Stone Age Africa, focusing on Ostrich eggshell beads (OES). Her PhD focused on these beads and their symbolic and cultural meanings, while also looking more broadly at multiple sites to see if there was any regional chan…
 
Welcome Anthropologist and teacher at Wheaton College, Dr. Gabriela Torres! Check out her books below! "Sexual Violence in Intimacy" volume: https://www.routledge.com/Sexual-Violence-in-Intimacy-Implications-for-Research-and-Policy-in-Global/Torres-Yllo/p/book/9780367338121 Marital Rape volume: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/marital-rape-9…
 
Dr. Michele Koons comes on the podcast today to talk all about her career and path to becoming the Archaeology Curator at The Denver Museum of Nature and Science (https://www.dmns.org/). She explains how her love and passion for ancient peoples and artifacts developed during college, and discusses some of the great opportunities she had to explore …
 
Joe Satriani is the world’s most commercially successful solo guitar performer, with six gold and platinum discs to his credit (including one more gold award for the debut album by his band Chickenfoot), and sales in excess of 10 million copies. Satriani’s solo discography includes a host of classics, including 1989’s "Flying In A Blue Dream", "The…
 
Welcome to another episode of That Anthro Podcast, where we dive into all things anthropology. This episode was just as much of a treat to record as it is to listen to, Dr. Layla Brown-Vincent is a captivating scholar, storyteller, and professor. Dr. Brown-Vincent is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at U Mass Boston, but holds a Phd in Cu…
 
Larry McCray's heart and soul are in the blues. Of that, there's no question. It's been 25 years -- award- winning ones at that -- of scalding-hot and tasteful blues from the Arkansas-born, Michigan-based singer, guitarist, bandleader, songwriter and heir apparent to a lineage that includes personal influences and heroes such as B.B. King, Freddie …
 
This is my version of a love letter to Anthropology for World Anthroday 2021, where I interview several guests asking them why they love anthropology and what has been the most impactful experience for them during their careers. Check out the many other schools, podcasts, and clubs celebrating Anthroday at the American Association of Anthropologist…
 
This is not a typical episode for the podcast, rather it is an episode of That Anthro Podcast that was created to submit to the NPR College Podcast Challenge (submitted via SoundCloud 2/7). However I wanted to share it, nonetheless, because I enjoyed creating it and reflecting on the past 7 months of creating the podcast. Enjoy! --- This episode is…
 
A 35-year-old native of West Texas, DePaz joined Serling to discuss his training career as well as his introduction to racing. After working on the backstretch of Louisiana Downs, DePaz served as an exercise rider and assistant for Kentucky Derby-winning trainers John Servis, and Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas before assisting Todd Pletcher, where he…
 
Undergraduate student Tim James from the University of Mexico joins me today to talk all things paleontology and CRM archaeology (Cultural Resource Management). We discuss his unique background growing up visiting museums in New Mexico, and how being exposed to archaeological sites and indigenous people from such a young age really inspired him to …
 
Welcome to a very special episode of That Anthro Podcast where I interview another Anthropology podcaster, Sarah Duignan of Anthrodish! Check out her podcast here, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anthrodish/id1405790655. We talk all things podcasting, graduate school, women in science, how we see the future of the field going and more! Follow…
 
Dr. John Johnson, a UCSB alumni, curator of Anthropology at the Santa Barbara Natural History, and adjunct Professor of Anthropology at UCSB, joins us on the podcast today. He has been working and researching on California Archaeology and California Native Americans for over 45 years, and has been a curator at the Santa Barbara Natural History Muse…
 
UCSB Associate Professor Dr. David Lawson joins us on the podcast to introduce his work in behavioral ecology, evolutionary approaches to human behavioral diversity, and anthropological contributions to global health. We also discuss his childhood in Northern Ireland, and how he stumbled into a biology degree at University College London, and then …
 
Welcome Matt Artz, a business anthropologist, podcaster, founder of 2 anthropology consulting companies, and an overall fascinating guest. We dive into the field of user experience, his experience doing a Tedx talk, the importance of publicly disseminating our work as anthropologists, and his new podcasts he is launching this January. We also discu…
 
Helen spoke with the director of "Godmothered" - Sharon Maguire! If you missed the talk of "Godmothered" make sure you listen to episode 2 where Helen talked about the film in-depth with Kate Herron and Kat Brown 🎄. If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps …
 
Kate Herron and Kat Brown join Helen for the last full episode of 2020 to talk about Elf and Godmothered! If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven’t done so already please subscribe to this podcast so you auto-mag…
 
Toni Gonzalez walks us through her journey to finding archaeology at Pasadena Community College, and how her background in art and art history really set the stage for the way she would go onto study Maya material culture. She also expresses how having family roots in Latin America guided her to conduct her research in Mesoamerica. Her work primari…
 
Helen invites Maria Lewis and Hanna Flint to the podcast to chat about Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special and White Christmas and ponder whether "All I Want for Christmas" was the last GREAT Christmas song? If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps oth…
 
Helen had the chance to speak with the director of "Jingle Jangle" - David E. Talbert! If you missed the earlier discussion of "Jingle Jangle" make sure you listen to episode 2 where Helen talked about the film in-depth with Ashanti Omkar and Amon Warmann 😃. If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR…
 
Anna Smith and Olly Richards join Helen to chat about this year's Christmas film "Happiest Season" and compare it with the 1995 'classic', "While You Were Sleeping". If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven’t done…
 
Ali Plumb and Beth Webb join Helen to chat about The Christmas Chronicles 2 and The Santa Clause! If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” please take a moment to give us a lovely 5 STAR rating on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people to find the show. If you haven’t done so already please subscribe to this podcast so you auto-magically g…
 
Today we dive into the life and research of the lovely Mallory Melton, UCSB PhD candidate. We discuss her road to anthropology, how she overcame certain barriers with the help and support of many mentors. She has distinguished herself in her academic studies, with a string of publications, workshops, guest lectures, honors, awards for being an outs…
 
Helen invites Pamela and Phil to talk Operation Christmas Drop and Joyeux Noel Did Phil and Pamela draw the short straw with Christmas films? What's it like to spend Christmas away from home? Can you compare Christmas films to mulled wine? Is "It's a Wonderful Life" too happy? Listen now to find out! If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMBUG” plea…
 
Sam and Chris join Helen to talk about Fred Claus and Noelle and try to answer the following questions What should be your "second" Christmas meat? How long does it take for a Christmas film take to cross the Atlantic Ocean? Can Santa's siblings save Christmas? Where is National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation? If you’ve enjoyed listening to “BAH HUMB…
 
Caroline and Clarisse join Helen to discuss the Trading Places and The Princess Switch 2 and hopefully answer the following questions: What is Clarisse's favourite time of the year for movies? How well has "Trading Places" dated? Should they have made "The Princess Switch 2"? Does Dan Ackroyd dressed as a filthy Santa Claus count? Listen now to fin…
 
Welcome to this week's episode with fellow Anthropology undergraduate at UCSB, Nina Wilson. She is one of my classmates who presented a wonderful presentation to our class on sex and gender in osteology, where she discussed some of the outdated terms and issues are in forensic and bioarchaeological research that exclude or ignore the existence of t…
 
Ian and Tom join Helen discuss the miraculous "The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special" and "Original Star Wars Holiday Special" as well as other Star Wars and Yuletide fun. Does the Original Star Wars Holiday Special make any sense? Does the Lego Star Wars Holiday special make up for the nonsense of the first one? Does time have any meaning? Listen now…
 
Ashanti, Amon and Helen discuss the miraculous "Miracle on 34th Street" and "Jingle Jangle" as well as other holiday and yuletide fun. Why release a Christmas movie in June? Was there ever an Oscar worthy Santa performance? Who has the best Christmas spread? Is "Miracle on 34th Street" realistic? Listen now to find out! If you’ve enjoyed listening …
 
Cathy Cullen and Kat Brown join Helen O'Hara to compare and discuss how "Christmassy" the films "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Christmas on the Square"! Do they even like Christmas Movies? Is that where Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street got their names? Who had only watched the second half of "It's a Wonderful Life" and thought it was the whole film?…
 
Have you ever seen Dr. Temperance Brennan aka "Bones" solving crimes with Agent Booth on TV? Well, it is the very thing that inspired me to pursue becoming a forensic anthropologist, and today I talk about the inaccuracies of some of the methods, but also where they shone with realistic science! This was just a fun way for me to ramble about Osteol…
 
Today, Dr. Torben Rick, researcher and curator of North American Archaeology at the Smithsonian, joins us today to talk all about his work on the Channel Islands throughout the years. Dr. Rick is a UCSB undergraduate alumni, and completed his masters and phD at University of Oregon. We discuss some of his fond memories of his time as a fellow Gauch…
 
This week's episode touches on some of the hard hitting questions and research being done by Dr. Raquel Pacheco, an assistant professor at UCSB, on race, gender, and migration, specifically focusing on researching these issues in Mexico. Dr. Pacheco grew up in a border town, and identifies as Chicana (defined as a woman who embracers her Mexican cu…
 
Welcome to "Bah Humbug: A Christmas Movie Podcast" with Helen O'Hara! If you love Christmas films and want to hear Helen O'Hara and guests talk about Golden Oldies and Modern Classics subscribe now to get the first episodes in your podcast feed. If you want to know more about this podcast and other produced by Stripped Media please visit www.Stripp…
 
Join me today for an incredibly fascinating and informative episode with pHd student Ronnie Bailey-Steinitz and her work with monkey's in Uganda, as well as some inspiration and fieldwork advice. We discuss her research questions and how she non-invasively studies food-web interactions and how different species interact within an ecological communi…
 
Dean Brown's guitar work can be heard on well over 200 recordings which include numerous GRAMMY® nominations and four GRAMMY® Award winners. Dean has released his fifth celebrated album after four acclaimed previous solo CD's worldwide. Dean has toured and recorded with legendary artists such as: Marcus Miller, The Brecker Brothers, Billy Cobham, D…
 
This week we dive into a wide range of subjects with Dr. Sarah McClure, a professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at UCSB. From her transition back to UCSB as a professor, her new role organizing and expanding UCSB's faunal collection, curating bones collected from PL Walker's lab, finding a love for anthropology, and shining a light on the badas…
 
Hey podcast listeners! Wondering what’s going on with me behind the scenes? Or maybe you’re new here and you wanna learn more about me, Gabriella Campbell, the host of That Anthro Podcast? Well this is the episode for you! I’ll talk about my classes, my dog, sustainable Christmas presents and companies, forensics projects, grad school and more! Enj…
 
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