Anthropological Airwaves: Episode 13

In this episode, producer Diego Arispe-Bazan introduces two interviews: the first is between Penn grad student Josh Franklin and Professor Carolyn Sufrin on her recent book, Jailcare: Finding the Safety Net for Women Behind Bars (2017), and the second with Xochitl Marsili-Vargas about how psychoanalytic discourse circulates outside of the clinic.

Anthropological Airwaves: Episode 12

In this episode, producer Nooshin Sadeq-Samimi interviews Laura Kunreuther, covering a range of issues related to how voice and sound figure into the political process.

Anthropological Airwaves: Episode 11

In this episode, we speak with Professors Adia Benton of Northwestern University and Miriam Ticktin of The New School about multimodal and public anthropology through the lens of humanitarianism.

Anthropological Airwaves: Episode 10

In this episode of Anthropological Airwaves, we talk with Tiffany Earley-Spadoni (University of Central Florida) and Stefani Crabtree (Penn State) about digital archaeology, covering both its more humanistic and computational modes.

Anthropological Airwaves: The Military Present, Episode 4

In the fourth and final episode of this special feature on “The Military Present,” Emily Sogn and Vasiliki Touhouliotis discuss war, injury, and the production of ungovernable life in Iraq and beyond with anthropologist and physician Omar Dewachi (American University of Beirut). 

Anthropological Airwaves: The Military Present, Episode 3

The third episode of this special feature, “The Military Present,” includes an interview with Wazhmah Osman, filmmaker and professor of media studies and production. Osman focuses on the United States’s dropping of the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) - the largest and most powerful nonnuclear weapon ever used - in Afghanistan in April of 2017.

Anthropological Airwaves: The Military Present, Episode 2

In the second episode of this special feature, "The Military Present," Vasiliki Touhouliotis and Emily Sogn continue to elaborate an anthropologically informed view of the militarized logics operating in our public discourse. They speak with Madiha Tahir (Columbia) to interrogate drone warfare by turning our eye-in-the sky gaze to focus instead on action and effects on the ground.