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Exciting news! AnthroDish podcast is officially launched and ready for your earbuds! I'm so excited to share these episodes with you. I've put out two episodes this first week for you to get a sense of my ~*vibes*~ and will share a bit more about each in the coming days. I want to take the … Continue reading AnthroDish is officially launched!
Today’s guest is Dr. Beth Jolley, a family medicine resident through McMaster University. Beth and I grew up in Peterborough, ON without ever knowing each other, and met when we were placed as roommates at the University of Guelph. She’s one of those rare, beautiful people who is crazy insightful and thoughtful in all of … Continue reading Episode 6: Dr. Beth Jolley on Nutrition and Diet Culture in Canada
Today I am interviewing Brian Rankin. Brian is a professional photographer living in Toronto, Canada. He currently works as a photographer for Holt Renfrew, and his work was recently featured in an editorial for Yoko Mag, entitled “Tangled Up In Blue.” He grew up in a small town in Ontario and spent his summers out … Continue reading Episode 5: Brian Rankin on Punk Food and Growing Up Rankin
Today’s guest is Syd Boyes. Syd is currently the Sport Development Coordinator for RowOntario and is a former professional rower for Canada. In 2011, Syd made the under 23 Canadian rowing team (lightweight women’s double) and in 2016 she made the senior team that went on to compete at the World Championships. Throughout her rowing … Continue reading Episode 4: Syd Boyes on High Performance Athletics and Body Shaming
Today’s guest is Dr. Maxime Lamoureux-St. Hilaire, an archaeology who studies the Classic Maya. His research focuses on the political institution of the Classic Maya royal court, and investigates this by excavating the regal palace of La Corona, in Guatemala, and reading a ton of literature. In this episode, we discuss his doctoral research on … Continue reading Episode 3: Dr. Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire on Food and Life of the Classic Maya