The SfAA Podcasts, a project I started with the support of UNT anthropology, continued this past March for the fifth year at the Annual Meeting of the SfAA in Seattle, WA.
We’re started to publish the 19 sessions that we recorded (links below). I think that there are a few that will be of particular interest to business anthropologists and I’ve added a star to them below. My panel, Ethics in Online Research, was recorded. We focused on what it takes to make online ethnography and research practical in a business-context and how to balance ethics and client needs.
Becoming an Applied Anthropologist: Diverse Training Models With a Common Goal
Addressing New Frontiers of Applied Anthropology
Urban Food Systems: Culture and Security
Learning from Sol Tax in 2010, Part I
Learning from Sol Tax in 2010, Part II
“We Are All Arizona”: Expanding Immigration Enforcement and Political Struggles of Undocumented Immigrants, Part I (SLACA)
“We Are All Arizona”: Expanding Immigration Enforcement and Political Struggles of Undocumented Immigrants, Part II (SLACA)
Anthropological Insights into the 2011 Uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East
*Corporate Ethnography: Issues and Challenges, Part I
*Corporate Ethnography: Issues and Challenges, Part II
A Tribute to Franz Boas by Amelia Susman Schultz, His Last PhD Student
Environmental Impact on Public Health: Domestic and International
SfAA Awards Ceremony and Malinowski Lecture
*Ethics in Applied Online Research