Hi students,


FYI. This would be an amazing opportunity for anyone who is interested in creative approaches to public anthropology content.




Jennifer Patico (she/her)

Professor and Chair

Department of Anthropology

Georgia State University

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Sent: Monday, May 30, 2022 12:03 PM
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Subject: Call for Applications: SCA AnthroPod Contributing Editors • please distribute!



Dear Dr. Patico, 


We hope this message finds you and yours safe and well-rested. 


We are the Editorial Team of AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, and we are currently accepting applications for new Contributing Editors. This is an excellent opportunity for emerging anthropologists to develop skills in research communication and team collaboration. As Anthropology Chair at Georgia State, could you please forward and share the call for applications below with graduate students in your program?  


As an additional note, the application deadline is May 31st, 2022


Please reach out to us if you have any questions, and we appreciate your help sharing this information in advance!  


Take care, 

The AnthroPod Editorial Team 

Michelle Hak Hepburn  •  Joyce Rivera González  •  Nick Smith
Section Editors





Call for Applications: AnthroPod Contributing Editors


AnthroPod, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, is seeking graduate students to join the Contributing Editors (CE) team. 


Featuring conversations between anthropologists and experiments in sonic ethnography, each AnthroPod episode explores conceptual, methodological, and pedagogical issues across the discipline, while striving to make anthropology more accessible to all publics. 


Contributing Editors are in charge of pitching, producing, and editing AnthroPod episodes, in conversation and collaboration with fellow CEs. Although previous podcasting experience is welcome and encouraged, it is not required. We are interested in creative, insightful voices who can showcase their interest and commitment towards public-facing anthropologies and engaged scholarship in their application. 


We welcome applications from incoming and current graduate students in sociocultural anthropology and related disciplines. AnthroPod's CEs are appointed to a two-year term, with potential to renew once for a maximum four-year term. 


To apply, please complete this application before May 31st, 2022. Successful applicants will be contacted before the end of June. 


For questions, please contact AnthroPod Section Editors Michelle Hak Hepburn, Joyce Rivera González, and Nick Smith at [log in to unmask]



Michelle Hak Hepburn  •  Joyce Rivera González  •  Nick Smith

Section Coordinators of AnthroPod 
Podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology

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Joyce Nicole Rivera González 

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Ph.D. Candidate • Anthropology

University of Notre Dame 

208 Corbett Family Hall 

Notre Dame, IN 46556 


AnthroPod Section Editor, the podcast of the Society for Cultural Anthropology 

Risk & Disaster TIG Co-Chair, Society for Applied Anthropology 


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