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New Books in Anthropology
Interviews with Anthropologists about their New Books
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4.4 stars from 22 ratings
Mixed feelings
I like the range of books you cover in the series. However, I'd appreciate a much shorter show. To actually concentrate on an hour long not mindless show, I'm using time I should just be reading. A succinct 20 minutes would be better and allow listeners enough to either get the book and read or...Read full review »
Busyprofessorseeksshortpodcast via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/18
Clovis Texhnology Episode
The episode on Clovis Texhnology must have been mistkenly uploaded with a different episode. Please fix! The current episode is something completely different.
Jdwright0909 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/17
Great!
Great podcast. It showcases new books from several fields of study, dealing with a range of topics and areas of study. It's great to actually hear some of the authors I've read talk about their books, and it's great to be introduced to some authors I've never had the chance to engage with. Every...Read full review »
elfdart via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/20/16
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