https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPW6fNZqC0 Dr. Sarah Willen on Pandemic Journaling Project & Linking Migrant Health and Dignity in Israel Season 1 Episode 5: Recorded June 11, 2020 In this next episode of A Partial Perspective is with Dr. Sarah Willen a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut. She’s authored several articles and books in her career,... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfPqasVaFJs Dr. Kiran Jayaram on the Anthropology of Education During COVID 19 & Island Anthropologies Season 1 Episode 4 Recorded 4 June 2020 The following conversation is with William, of the podcast A Partial Perspective and Dr. Kiran Jayaram, a professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. In this conversation they discuss topics... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiJon4qIMYs Dr. Heide Castaneda on Protests, Medical Anthropology, and Migrant Health During COVID-19 Season 1 Episode 3 Recorded 2 June 2020 In this episode, William, of the podcast A Partial Perspective, talks with Dr. Heide Castañeda, a professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. They discuss issues in legal anthropology and how she... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0FkNXWJJws Dr. Dillon Mahoney and the Economic Impacts of COVID19 & Research on Refugee Resettlement Season 1 Episode 2 Recorded: 14 May 2020 In this episode, William, of the podcast A Partial Perspective, talks with Dr. Dillon Mahoney, a professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. In this conversation, Wiliam talks about his... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb1ZptjYGo8 Dr. Antoinette Jackson on Anthropology, Critical Race Theory, and Being New Department Chair Season 1 Episode 1 Recorded: April 27, 2020 In this first episode of this relaunched podcast, A Partial Perspective, William talks with Dr Antoinette Jackson, the incoming Chair of the Applied Anthropology Department at the University of South Florida. He discusses... Continue Reading →
This fascinating visual presentation from the American Museum of Natural History outlines what we know about human evolution by combining a timeline, a map, animation, photographs, and artistic representations of various hominins.
I am now two-thirds done with my psychiatry rotation. It has been a fascinating experience so far. I've seen the gamut of psychiatric cases, depressed people who cut their necks through and through, to florid schizophrenics worried that the Hiroshima bomb will go off any moment. The treatment of psychiatric conditions like depression or schizophrenia often... Continue Reading →
Another video to share with you, this time the trailer to Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams. This is a 3D film shot inside Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France. These are some of the oldest cave paintings known. The film seems to have good reviews on IMDB and is set to be released on March 25th, 2011 in... Continue Reading →
This seems really fascinating.