Recent events have caused me to reflect on what brought me to this place of researching and talking about scattered and scavenged remains.
In this podcast, you’ll hear about:
- My anthropological education about translating knowledge between groups
- Some of my childhood background that caused me to love research and nature
- How I found anthropology, human evolution, and how this grew into an interest in scattered and scavenged remains
- How life took a detour and I needed to find my way back again.
I hope that for anyone who feels a bit rudderless about their life journey right now, this may be a bit of balm. For anyone who’s had to make some tough choices, this may help you feel validated.
Feel free to reach out with questions or comments either here or on my blog: https://reluctantarchaeologist.wordpress.com/
Do you have a journey through anthropology that you’d like to share?
Have you made a transition from academia to life in the real world?
Drop me a line.