AnthroTalking

AnthroTalking

AnthroTalking is a podcast produced by a group of students currently enrolled in the department’s master’s programme. The podcasts feature interviews with anthropologists from Sweden and abroad. You will hear them reflect upon their work and their experiences in the field, and comment on a wide array of issues and debates.

If you have suggestions for future episodes or feedback on any of the episodes, please email anthrotalking@gmail.com.

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Welcome to the third series of AnthroTalking!

Previous episodes can be found by clicking on Series 1 and Series 2 in the menu to the left.

Assunta Hunter

Assunta Hunter on fieldwork in Thailand and working as a practitioner of herbal medicine

In this episode of AnthroTalking, we talk to Assunta Hunter, PhD in medical anthropology, and long-time herbal medicine practitioner and teacher of herbal medicine. She talks about her fieldwork and describes a new breed of practitioners in Thailand who move freely between ‘traditional’ and ‘modern’ knowledge.

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Visiting address:
Department of Social Anthropology
Universitetsvägen 10 B
Frescati, Stockholm
Södra huset entrance B, 6th floor

Mail address:
Department of Social Anthropology
Universitetsvägen 10 B
106 91 Stockholm

Billing address:
Department of Social Anthropology
Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

Telephone:
Switch board +46 (8) 16 20 00

E-mail:
Contact each staff member directly (first name.last name@socant.su.se). If you do not know who to contact, send an e-mail to socant@socant.su.se

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Other information
Bankgiro: 5050-0206
VAT no: SE202100306201
Organisation number: 202100-3062

Office hours:
Doors and elevators are open 7.30-17.00.

AnthroTalking

AnthroTalking is a podcast produced by a group of students currently enrolled in the department’s master’s programme. The podcasts feature interviews with anthropologists from Sweden and abroad. You will hear them reflect upon their work and their experiences in the field, and comment on a wide array of issues and debates. If you have suggestions for future episodes or feedback on any of the episodes, please email anthrotalking@gmail.com.

Follow us on https://www.facebook.com/anthrotalking and https://twitter.com/anthrotalking.