The AnthroBiology Podcast sits down with biological anthropologists once or twice a month to learn about what they do and why it's rad. Want to know more about our evolutionary past? Or what your bones say about you? Maybe chimps are more your speed? If it's anthropology and it's about humans, we'll cover it. Learn more at anthrobiology.com
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Dr. Jeremy DeSilva of Dartmouth joins the show to discuss bipedalism -- why anthropologists are obsessed with it and how it might have come to be. more
Rhianna Drummond-Clarke, PhD candidate at the Max Planck Institute (Dept. of Human Origins), joins the show to discuss her most recent article examining how environments affect chimp locomotion. She also chat about her time in the field. more
Dr. Kirsty Graham from the University of St. Andrews discusses how bonobos use gestures to communicate, which winds into a chat about what that means for ape communication generally -- especially humans. They also have some insights into field resear... more
This is by far one of the greatest anthropology podcasts to date! As an Anthropology student with a forensic certificate is the best why to learn all subfields and peak interests!
So glad to see you back in my feed!!!
Very informative, science based podcast.
This is a podcast that should have existed from the start. The host is charming and knowledgeable. Just as importantly, she is aware that listeners may vary from rank amateurs to those who already have long and formal training in the discipline. A lot of academic podcasts fail on this front and so exclude the former or repel the latter. I teach a Paleoanthropology survey to high school students, and will incorporate this going forward. Not only for the reasons mentioned, but because the hos... more
Great podcast. Fascinating episodes on one of my favorite subject. Good for anyone interested in AnthroBiology or Paleoanthropology
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