I am an auditory learner and I love podcasts. And people keep making more great ones. So, I figured that the beginning of a new Gregorian calendar year was as good a time as any to round up some podcasts that encouraged me to explore different points of view, eras, industries, and experiences in 2018. I’ve highlighted a set of new podcasts for 2018, as well as some standout episodes of podcasts I’ve highlighted before that were released this year and I think are can’t miss.
“The Right People on the Bus” is a monthly round up of job, consulting, and fully-funded fellowship and accelerator opportunities that folks connected to Optimistic Anthropology are recruiting for. Check out the latest opportunities that we have for this month. We’re trying something new in 2019 - rolling submissions, so this post will be updated with new opportunities as they come in in January! Submit your opportunities through: http://bit.ly/OntheBus.
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“The Right People on the Bus” is a monthly round up of job, consulting, and fully-funded fellowship and accelerator opportunities that folks connected to Optimistic Anthropology are recruiting for. Check out 20 new opportunities - including seven fellowships - that we have for this month, and submit your own for our next round up being released in January through: http://bit.ly/OntheBus.
Each month we curate a set of #GoodReads & #GoodListens from the previous thirty days. Some of these recommendations are about building knowledge, process and cultures for social change, others are examples of anthropology in action, explorations of cultures and how they developed, and still others are fascinating things from the adjacent possible, in order to encourage the potential and serendipity created when you notice and connect the unlikely.