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An original podcast brought to you by the graduate students of the Department of Anthropology at The Ohio State University. Join us once as we explore the human experience! We are now a part of the Anthropology Public Outreach Program at The Ohio State University. Follow us @ohiostateAPOP
 
Story Archaeology combines the breadth of knowledge and skills of the storyteller with academic exploration of ancient texts. We focus on the Irish tradition, peeling back the layers of modern folklore to unearth the potsherds and treasuries of our heritage. At https://storyarchaeology.com, you will find regular podcasts and articles about Irish Mythology by the Story Archaeologists; Chris Thompson and Isolde Carmody.
 
What makes us human? How are we different from chimpanzees? Who are our earliest ancestors and how do we know? Origin Stories is The Leakey Foundation’s podcast about how we became human. This award-winning show combines science and narrative to explore our human story and explain why we are the way we are. Listen and explore human evolution one story at a time.
 
What makes you … you? Is it your DNA, culture, environment? SAPIENS hosts Jen Shannon, Esteban Gómez, and SAPIENS.org Editor-in-Chief Chip Colwell speak with anthropologists from around the globe to help us uncover what makes us human. Subscribe now to learn more. The SAPIENS podcast is supported by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and produced by House of Pod.
 
Welcome to the Archaeological Fantasies Podcast. Join us as we explore the wild world of pseudoarchaeology. We look critically at topics including Transoceanic travelers, Ancient Aliens, Vikings in America, all the way to archaeological evidence of Big Foot. We interview a wide variety of archaeological and scientific experts about everything from DNA to ancient Rock Art. We dig into pseudoarchaeological topics and really look at the origins of some of the weirdest questions out there.
 
Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
The podcast that transports you to the ancient world and back, with some good conversation along the way. It's not just about ancient Greece. It's about a huge chunk of human history that the Greek texts give us access to: from Egypt and Babylon, to Persia, to Carthage and Rome, we'll sail the wine-dark sea of history with some expert guides at the helm. Topics will include archaeology, literature, and philosophy. New episode every month.
 
DAY Ministry shares with the world the fruit of work by Rev. Dr. D. A. Yuan. He is an American pastor, author and conference speaker who was raised up in China and trained as a physicist before his conversion to evangelical Christianity. Once knowing Christ, he became fascinated by the Bible and everything it relates to. He sought for biblical truth as the revelation from God, which should and can be harmonized to the truths in other branches of knowledge, such as philosophy, science, and hi ...
 
Thin End of the Wedge explores life in the ancient Middle East. There are many wonderful stories we can tell about those people, their communities, the gritty reality of their lives, their hopes, fears and beliefs. We can do that through the objects they left behind and the cities where they once lived. Our focus is on the cultures that used cuneiform (“wedge-shaped”) writing, so mostly on ancient Iraq and nearby regions from about 3000 BC to about 100 AD. Thin End of the Wedge brings you ex ...
 
Hi, and welcome to Unsolved Mysteries of the World where we explore the unexplained. Our topics include Missing Persons, Unsolved Murders, UFO & Aerial Phenomenon, Ghosts & Hauntings, Legends & Myths, Lost Treasures, Cryptozoology, Urban Legends, Conspiracies, Ancient Archaeological Anomalies and much more. If this is your first time listening to us, and you like our show, remember to subscribe when you get a chance. Each episode we will dive into a topic or case with a descriptive narrative ...
 
For educators and teachers working to make STEM amazing... no matter whether you're teaching science in grade 1, running a high school lab or delivering science shows in a museum, this education show helps you teach science & technology the way kids want to learn. The FizzicsEd Podcast brings in educators from across Australia and around the world to talk about tips, tricks, lessons and learnings they've had whilst working with students in the classroom and beyond. Hosted by Ben Newsome, a s ...
 
The Science Podcast From Live Science The world can be a pretty mysterious place and we at Live Science love to ask and answer questions about mysteries big and small: about ancient civilizations, our planet and our solar system, the plants and animals that live alongside us, our bodies and how they work, and the technologies that we use every day. Join us on this exciting voyage of discovery and downright weirdness as we solve… Life’s Little Mysteries.
 
It all started when... ...we realized every time we heard of something that blew our minds, we wanted to dive headfirst into finding out more about that subject. So, we've decided to put on our investigator hats and research some mind-boggling subjects with the help of guest experts. We are Rachael Peacock and Apryl Lundsten and we swear we are not f*ing sh!#%@ng you.
 
This series features highlights from the many presentations in the Archaeologies of Art theme of the Sixth World Archaeological Congress. Douglass Bailey from San Francisco State University reflects on the current relationships between contemporary art and contemporary archaeology and suggests some radical new directions that this disciplinary collaboration can take. Blaze O'Connor discusses the unique synergy that was the archaeological excavation and reconstruction of the studio of modern ...
 
This subject deals with the cultural history of the ancient Greek world through both textual sources and the material evidence of art and archaeology. The period covered runs from the Iron Age world of Archaic Greece through to the late Classical period (roughly from the 8th century to the 4th century BCE). We will concentrate mainly on Athens and mainland Greece, but we will also focus on the Greek expansion into other parts of the Mediterranean world (Sicily and South Italy) in the process ...
 
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In EP 13, we continue where we left off in EP 12 and Bernardo Kasturp dives deeper into consciousness and how this is central to our understanding of the world around us. He also answers questions posted on line and fascinates us with insights that are thought provoking and brilliant. THis is an episode that would be enjoyed as a continuation of EP…
 
Cardboard Conjecture #51 - "To bling, or not to bling" : Blinging up your Board Games In this episode ... Norm, Ian and Ryan discuss Machi Koro : Legacy, Bunny Kingdom and Mage Knight in the segment of "Thinking, Doing, Playing Board Games" ... and the topic for this episode is "Blinging up your Board Games" ... or "to bling, or not to bling" ... t…
 
Announcing a new historical fiction novel by award-winning author, Rob Swigart. His book, Mixed Harvest: Stories of the Human Past (Berghan Books, January 2020) is an excavation into the deep past of human development and its consequences through a series of unforgettable stories. Through a first encounter between a Neanderthal woman and the Modern…
 
In Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education, Justin Reich delivers a sobering report card on the latest supposedly transformative educational technologies. Reich takes readers on a tour of MOOCs, autograders, computerized “intelligent tutors,” and other educational technologies whose problems and paradoxes have bedeviled e…
 
At age twenty-nine, Linda Olson, M.D. FACR was vacationing with her husband in Germany when their van was hit by a train, shattering their lives as well as her body. “I didn’t marry your arms or your legs. If you can do it, I can do it,” was the first thing her husband said to her in the hospital after she woke up as a triple amputee in 1979.In her…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with Stanford Ph.D. candidate, Shobhna Iyer where she discusses how she became impassioned with archaeology in South India, her area of interest, and current experiences in her Ph.D. program. Links Shobhna Iyer's Stanford page Contact Show Twitter: @idigitpodcast Email: idigitpodcast@gmail.com Alyssa Instagram: a…
 
On Episode 19 of the rock art podcast we interview L. Frank Manriquez. She is a Native Californian Indian of e Tongva and Ajachamem ancestry. L. Frank is a gifted artist and world class advocate for indigenous people around the world. She is known for her work with Native textiles and material culture, archival work and language revitalization, and…
 
This week Mathias and Daniel get to seriously nerd out with Joans Lau Markussen author of The Anatomy of Viking Art the book which helped get Daniel started designing his mead horns. Together Jonas and Mathias will cover tons of Viking art history theories from Lindisfarne to the existence of Dragons. It's going to be a good time. We know we've bee…
 
The CRMArch Crew gets together to talk about the last 200 episodes. It’s been a long, fun ride and we hope you’ve enjoyed it. Links Dreaming about Archaeology Follow Our Panelists On Twitter Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet Blogs: Bill White:…
 
Jacob and Rients discuss their collaboration on texts from a site housing soldier-gardeners. Who were they and what were they doing there? How can archaeology help make sense of tablets looted a century ago? What is the situation today? 03:12 Where is Tell Abu Antiq? 04:34 What does the name Abu Antiq, and the ancient name Pi-Kasi, mean? 07:09 Conn…
 
Today's episode is about Scottish Peat, and the discussion is with Derek "Pluto" Murray, a Radio host at BBC Radio nan Gàidheal Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website www.historyeh.com Follow the Guest Guest: Derek "Pluto" Murray Social Media: Twitter @DerekPluto | BBC Radio nan G…
 
As much as this is a story about a comedian, singer, and actress, it really starts with a kid who wore a tiara to school every day…That kid grew up to be Scout Durwood. Many years before she made audiences laugh starring on MTV’s Mary + Jane and Oxygen’s Funny Girls, she knew that being different was her greatest strength. That free spirit continue…
 
We’ve asked members of the Getty community to share short reflections on works of art they’re thinking about right now. These recordings feature stories related to our daily lives. This week, curator Davide Gasparotto reminisces on his days as a student through Vilelm Hammershøi’s Interior with an Easel, Bredgade 25. To learn more about this work, …
 
On this month’s podcast we have Dr. Columba Gonzalez-Duarte. Dr. Gonzalez-Duarte is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Mount Saint Vincent University. We discuss Dr. Gonzalez-Duarte’s career studying the relationships between humans and monarch butterflies across North America. What can monarch butterflies tel…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: New analysis shows Central Asian leather balls are 3,000 years old (details) Climate change helped drive human cousins extinct (details) Finds from Theopetra Cave show changes from Paleolithic to Neolithic in Greece (details) How tourists shape the future of Confederate monuments (details)…
 
Sure, maybe you've heard of the River Ordeal, or trial by fire, but have you heard of Trial by Bean? How about the Ordeal of the Turf? In this Spooktober installment, Amber walks Anna through the ways that those accused of crimes have proven their innocence (or not!) throughout history and all over the world. Links Why the trial by ordeal was actua…
 
Sure, maybe you've heard of the River Ordeal, or trial by fire, but have you heard of Trial by Bean? How about the Ordeal of the Turf? In this Spooktober installment, Amber walks Anna through the ways that those accused of crimes have proven their innocence (or not!) throughout history and all over the world. Links Why the trial by ordeal was actua…
 
My name is Zachary Faerber, I am 26 years old but have lived a long life in those 26 years. I spent my younger years taking care of my sick parents and helping out with my brother and sister. I graduated with honors and distinctions in Medical Anthropology with the life goal of helping others. I started my career managing stem cell donations for bl…
 
Cardboard Conjecture #50 - Our Top 50 board games : 20 - 1 In this episode ... Ian, Ryan and Norm will be closing out our top 50 board games from each of us and we will be gushing over our picks from 20 to our top #1 game of all time. Listen to the episode and answer the last two questions to our give aways to celebrate our 50th episode. We would l…
 
ABOUT CAR ASTORDrummers turned exceptional singers are a small fraternity. Dave Grohl, Iggy Pop and Karen Carpenter are some percussionists, who found their true calling as vocalists. The beguiling Car Astor is on her way to joining that exclusive club.The striking Long Island native grew up behind a kit. “Since I was 13 I was a drummer,” she says.…
 
Jersey” Short Film to Compete at 16th AnnualLA Femme International Film Festival Short to serve as proof of concept for potential series LOS ANGELES – October 7h , 2020 -- The comedic short “Jersey”, written by Margaret M. Spirito and directed by and starring Lisa Ann Walter will screen at the 16th Annual LA Femme International Film Festival on Sat…
 
This episode is with Kevin Stein an entertainment, marketing, and public relations consultant and rock art aficionado. Kevin has traveled widely and studied the intimate details of rock art both in the Americas and in the old world. He has also conducted his own seminars and presentations on the nature of shamanism and the connections with the stud…
 
16/10/2020 Thin End of the Wedge Episode 4: Gina Konstantopoulos: A demon haunted world Gina guides us through the family of demons. Who were they? What did they do, and why? How could tell if a demon had possessed someone. And what could you do about it? Hear the words of anti-demon spells. 02:47 What was a demon? 07:04 Pandemonium! And demonic wa…
 
We cover three different topics in three segments on today’s episode. In segment one we talk about digital data storage as preservation. The article linked below discusses the development and use of the WISAARD site file system in Washington State and how it helps archaeologists preserve sites through data. In segment two we talk about the Apple fa…
 
This week Mathias and Daniel are really excited to talk with Ethan Stark an administrator of Heathens Against Hate, an organization dedicated to inclusivity in heathenry through the philosophy: "We are our deeds." Together they will be diving into the topics surrounding the difficulties faced by people who practice modern paganism and heathenry; th…
 
Ally Kornfeld and Desiree Staples, “The Influencers” is custom made for the weaned-on-social-media generation of online viewers today. On a quest to become a high-powered Hollywood agent, Mia, an ambitious and naive young woman, ends up at a tiny talent agency managing crazy YouTube stars both human and feline. Thus far, the short-form pilot has wo…
 
LOS ANGELES – October 8, 2020 -- “The New Abolitionists,” a documentary by actress/producer Christina Zorich, tracks her journey as she follows committed abolitionists throughout Southeast Asia as they attempt to affect change and put an end to human sex trafficking. The film will screen on Sunday, October 18th, at 2PM at the (virtual) LA Femme Int…
 
SAPIENS host Jen Shannon speaks with Agustín Fuentes, a professor of anthropology at Princeton University, to unpack his insight that the COVID-19 pandemic is a biosocial phenomenon. They also discuss his recent suggestion that the virus “is not the only hazard to human health and well-being” right now. Recently elected to the American Academy of A…
 
“Night Rain,” the indie thriller from Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, Seasons & a Muse and the award-winning producers of “The Scarapist,” will make its festival debut at the 16th Annual LA Femme International Film Festival on Thursday, October 15th.The story surrounds a group of independent filmmakers unwittingly hired by their stalker to make a low budget…
 
WHAT WE’LL BUILD is the exquisite new title from Oliver Jeffers, world-renowned picture-book maker of many beloved children’s books including Here We Are and Lost and Found, and illustrator of the #1 bestsellers The Day the Crayons Quit and The Day the Crayons Came Home. Written and illustrated by Oliver for his young daughter, WHAT WE’LL BUILD is …
 
“The idea of a kind of intact tomb, at a certain moment where the archaeologist breaks through the door and lifts up a lamp to reveal the glint of gold everywhere. That’s become the defining moment for archaeology.” What do we know about the people who explored and studied Egypt’s ancient civilizations? The notebooks of well-known figures such as H…
 
Today is a discussion with Peter Konieczny from Medievalist.net and Medieval Warfare Magazine, about the Mongolian Empire of the Middle Ages. Host: Rosie Social Media: Twitter @historyeh | Instagram @historyeh.podcast | Facebook @historyeh | Website www.historyeh.com Follow the Guest Guest: Peter Konieczny Social Media: Website Medievalists.net | T…
 
12/10/2020 Thin End of the Wedge Richard explains what we know about music from Mesopotamia, and how we know it. Hear his reconstruction of a Hurrian song that’s more than 3000 years old. He talks about his work with colleagues in the Middle East, using music to drive positive change. 2:41 How do we know anything at all about music in Mesopotamia? …
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Remnants of ancient Viking temple found in Norway (details) Clay figurine adorned with bone mask discovered in Siberia (details) Intact human cells survived the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius (details) This is no place to call home (details)By Archaeological Legacy Institute
 
For decades, American horror has been haunted by the specter of the "Indian Burial Ground." This week, we look at the roots of the phenomenon, the history behind some of the most famous instances, and Indigenous responses to the trope. Plus, Amber serves the worst Maine accent while trying to explain the plot of Pet Sematary, and bullies you all in…
 
On this episode of A Life in Ruins podcast, we chat with Mackenzie Cory, a fellow University of Wyoming Graduate! Mac delves into his formative years, working in Wyoming and his inspiration to take the next step into graduate school. We also discuss his current PhD research and how we can identify and look at childhood in the archaeological record.…
 
For decades, American horror has been haunted by the specter of the "Indian Burial Ground." This week, we look at the roots of the phenomenon, the history behind some of the most famous instances, and Indigenous responses to the trope. Plus, Amber serves the worst Maine accent while trying to explain the plot of Pet Sematary, and bullies you all in…
 
It’s easy to forget that Thrones was supposed to be impossible to make. Long before Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow became household names, George R.R. Martin was a frustrated TV writer who created his bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire novels to explore epic storytelling beyond the constraints of Hollywood. In 2008, HBO took an enormous gamble to …
 
What would actually make America great? More people, argues Vox co-founder Matthew Yglesias. ONE BILLION AMERICANS is a bold, provocative, and data-driven case for massive population growth, presented with Yglesias’ signature humor and analytic rigor.Matthew Yglesias’s articles for which receive an average of 2 million page views per month, have be…
 
Cardboard Conjecture #49 Our Top 50 lists from each host : 50 - 21 In this episode Norm, Ryan and Ian ... introduce the contest to celebrate our approaching 50th episode, and spoil the surprise of games to give away to our listeners ... provided by our awesome sponsors (Amazing Stories Comics, Dragon's Den Games, and Break Out Escape Rooms and Boar…
 
It is always important to be open to hearing both when things go well and also when there are serious issues. In the UK, there is a feeling that systemic racism is either overemphasised or poses no real threat. However this ignorance leads to those who experience racism having to be suffer and work harder in order to have a normal life or employmen…
 
In this weeks episode, start part one of our discussion about archaeology and VR! A very abbreviated explanation of VR, it’s integration into archaeology, and what we think of its impact in archaeology. We will continue our discussion of VR being used in archaeology as well as Archaeogaming in the following parts! Sources Schroeder, R., 1996. Possi…
 
Dr. Ed Krupp is Director of the Griffith Astronomical Observatory in Los Angeles, California. He is a world class scholar and is a pioneer in the study of how indigenous people, the world over, relate to the cosmos, saw the celestial realm and provided prehistoric astronomical observatories as sun, moon, and star watchers. These activities are of c…
 
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