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Podcasts from Applied Anthropology Conference

27 March, 2007
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The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) is holding their 67th Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida March 28th to 31st. There are ten sessions scheduled to be recorded at the conference. The sessions will be made available, free to the listener, as podcasts beginning April 7th. One to two podcasts will be published per week and the files will be available for about a month.

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  1. Jovan permalink
    27 March, 2007 10:16 pm

    Interesting.  I just read about this on antropologi.info.  They said it was evidence anthropologists were no longer a primitive tribe.  Might be too small a sample though!

  2. 27 March, 2007 11:17 pm

    So, I have to know… too small a sample of podcasts or too small a sample to determine if anthropologists are no longer a primitive tribe? I have a feeling it’s the laterūüėČ

    But to the first point: In coordinating with the SfAA on this project, it was determined I could only record 10 or so sessions. It’s kind of a pilot study if you will. If folks show interest this year than we might be able to expand it out. But, this year we’ll have a broad range of topics, linguistics, public violence, virtual identities, design.

    Thanks for the post guys! I appreciate you helping to spread the word about the project.

  3. Jovan permalink
    28 March, 2007 10:30 am

    You guessed right, Jen. In my experience the uptake of new technologies by anthropologists is, to put it mildly, uneven. I’m looking forward to checking out some of the podcasts though!

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