The Unsettling Landscapes podcast mini-series was created in anticipation of the upcoming 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, which is being held November 9-13, 2022, in Seattle, WA. The episodes engage guests in a dialogue about the theme of Unsettling Landscapes, their work, and the greater Seattle area. The podcast was created as a partnership between the AAA and Matt Artz.
In this episode of the Unsettling Landscapes podcast, Mary Gray talks with Matt Artz about her career studying the internet and identity-making.About Mary Gray
Mary L. Gray is Senior Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and Faculty Associate at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. She maintains a faculty position in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering with affiliations i...
In this episode of the Unsettling Landscapes podcast, Peter Knutson talks with Matt Artz about his career as a commercial fisherman, building alliances, and teaching anthropology as a form of existential reflection.About Peter Knutson
Peter Knutson is an anthropologist and commercial fisherman from Everett, WA. He was educated in public schools, attended Stanford as an undergraduate and was indefinitely suspended by Stanford in 19...
In this episode of the Unsettling Landscapes podcast, Charles Menzies talks with Matt Artz about his views on who he believes is truly the unsettled and his work with film and the environment. He also serves up a delicious tip for some food to get while in Seattle.
About Charles Menzies
Charles R. Menzies is a Canadian anthropologist and full professor. He is a member of the Gitxaala Nation of north...
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