Episode Eleven: The Birth of Inequality

Join Lindsay as she talks about how social stratification and inequality develop with a single seed. Featuring Dr. Winifred Creamer speaking on her work with the Norte Chico civilization.

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Episode Ten: Underground Astronauts, Part Two

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Photo by Christo Saayman. The “underground astronauts,” from left: Becca Peixotto, Alia Gurtov, Elen Feuerriegel, Marina Elliott, K. Lindsay (Eaves) Hunter, and Hannah Morris.

 

Join Lindsay as she interviews three of the “Underground Astronauts,” Elen Feuerriegel, Becca Peixotto, and Marina Elliott about their experiences on the Rising Star Expedition.

 

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Episode Nine: Underground Astronauts, Part One

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Hannah Morris in the Rising Star Cave, Photo Credit: fb3

Join Lindsay as she interview one of the Underground AstronautsHannah Morris, a new PhD student at the University of Georgia who helped discover the Naledi Fossils.

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Episode Eight: Make a Man Out of You

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Join Lindsay as she discuss the death of an ancient Paleoindian girl. Featuring anthropologist Megan  Ackerman.

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Episode Seven: Gossip Girls

Join Lindsay as she talks about the importance of gossip and stories and how as sapiens became more “female” we became more civilized. Featuring Dr. Elise Boxer on the importance of oral tradition.

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Episode Six: Granny Glutton

A sculpture of Homo floresiensis at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.

Join Lindsay as she talks about one of the earliest women discovered, “Flo,” the mysterious “Hobbit” of the Homo floresiensis.
Featuring an interview with evolutionary anthropologist Dean Falk.

 

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Episode Five: Taung Child, The Red Lady of Paviland, and Other Early Humans

Join Lindsay as she discusses some of the earliest known “women.” Featuring an interview about Paleolithic art with Dr. Nancy Ross.

 

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Episode Four: The Curse of Eve

Join Lindsay as she discusses the biases that evolutionary biology has had to work against, including sexism, racism, Cis-Het classicism and more. Featuring anthropologist Chelsea Shields discussing bipedalism.

 

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Episode Three: Woman Evolving

Join Lindsay as she discusses how life grew from nothing and turned into us. Featuring anthropologist Chelsea Shields.

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Episode Two: Birth of Woman

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Join Lindsay as she discusses how life grew from nothing and turned into us. Featuring biologist Crystal Scott.

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