Staff Video Interviews: Behind-the-Scenes Look at Anthropologists at Work
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Anthropology Staff Video Interview Series
Anthropologists in the Smithsonian's Department of Anthropology are involved in a variety of activities that contribute to our understanding of humankind─of ancient and modern people and their life ways─and in preserving that knowledge. Their roles as curators, researchers, and collection and archives managers (in the areas of physical and cultural anthropology and archeology) are explored by six video podcasts.
These video podcasts provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse of anthropologists at work in the National Museum of Natural History and the world collections that the Anthropology Department houses, cares for, and maintains for Smithsonian and outside researchers and for the cultures represented. We are grateful for a Web Advisory Group (WAG) grant that made this series possible.
Videographers: Raphael Talisman and Karma Foley
Produced by Ann Kaupp, Anthropology Outreach Office
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