Anthropology is a storytelling discipline. As such, it seems to lend itself to podcasting. Check out some of these great podcasts if you’re looking for something new and interesting!
- The BBC has run multiple series on anthropological topics. In one of their recent series Farah Jarral explores the history of the discipline. Check it out here.
- The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography at University of Oxford has a wide range of fascinating topics to explore. Find them here.
- The journal Cultural Anthropology has a series of podcasts from some of the most contemporary anthropologists and theoretical approaches. You can listen here.
- The Anthropological Life Podcast has a wide range of really interesting topics. Find it here.
- Anthropology Now features a few select podcasts, including one from Emily Martin. Learn more here.
- From “Stuff Mom Never Told You” there is a interesting episode on Feminist Anthropology. Take a listen.
- The (Formerly) Anonymous Anthropologist discusses a variety of current issues, with a special focus on gender and identity. Get started.
What great podcasts have I missed? Let me know here or on Twitter.