AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
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Meiyan2014
Jul 9 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing Podcast Design

Been listening to podcasts for years now and the Cashlessness episode was one of the best I’ve ever heard. The soundscapes were amazing and it was deeply engaging and informative. Please more episodes like this one!

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Salud G
Jan 31 '19
Rating:   2
Really terrible

I love learning about other cultures and this podcast is completely disappointing. I’m not sure if the intended audience is undergraduates who haven’t declared a major yet because it is soooo dry.

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horizonschariot
Dec 11 '18
Rating:   8
Love it, but want more

Needs more episodes.

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SkinnyTallz
Sep 22 '17
Rating:   6
Great content - Horrible audio quality

I absolutely love this podcast, the topics are important, the themes are always thought provoking, but the lack of consistent audio quality is a complete shame. I am subscribed and unfortunately I have had to strain to hear every episode, but a few upgrades to microphones (lapel or shotgun mics to dead room sound, connected to preamps), compressing the audio (especially for any Skype calls), and some "whole show" mastering to ensure consistent levels from background music to interviewee and interviewer, may solve the problem- this is one of the most important podcasts. It doesn't matter how important your podcast is to society, or how unique and special your show is, if it's recorded and produced in a way that doesn't follow through 100%. Thank you for this podcast!

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Gwendolyn S Wells
Sep 21 '17
Rating:   8
Important podcast, needs better editing

I have really enjoyed listening to this podcast! It’s informative, insightful, and often very interesting! There are a few issues I take with it, however– I think sometimes, the podcast tends to resort to esoteric terminology that’s difficult for a call me an audience to understand. Also, it would be nice if the audio levels could be balanced and the room acoustics could be worked out a bit better because sometimes it’s difficult to understand what people are saying. Can’t wait to hear about future topics, thank you all so much for dedicating your time to doing this!

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Delaney Rohan
Jul 29 '16
Rating:   6
Audio Quality Detracts from Subject Matter

Subject matter is great, but many episodes have some pretty bad audio quality. Sometimes, the audio is just on one side.

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rampitup84
Mar 26 '16
Rating:   10
from a User Experience designer

This podcast informs my process design for conducting web design research one-on-one with our constituents. Great listen. Thanks!

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Tokyo2LA
Mar 10 '16
Rating:   6
Recording in your pocket?

I have just listened to one episode and the content seems great but like other reviewers have noted the audio is quite poor. I can understand why Skype calls might not sound that great but the interviewer doesn’t seem to have a decent mic himself. Please get one as it would really enhance the quality of the podcast. Thanks. Content=5 stars, Audio quality= 1 star

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Bryan Moorefield
Jan 19 '16
Rating:   8
keep it coming!

I love this podcast. It has great material with excellent scholars, and I've been thinking it would be useful in classroom/homework assignments. One complaint: The audio quality is truly awful.

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Dokuprincess101
Nov 3 '15
Rating:   8
Come back?!

When are you guys planning on coming back?

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graduatedanthromajor
Sep 26 '14
Rating:   6
good, but rough audio

I love the subject matter, but so far the audio is rough and makes it difficult to stay engaged. I graduated with an anthropology major a few years ago and I'm missing the subject. I would love to be able to hear these conversations!

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