Anthropology of Dad: an audio series

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Dr. Eduardo Fernandez-Duque isn’t the only anthropologist at Yale who researches fatherhood. We present our new audio series featuring five different takes on the ‘Anthropology of Dad’, including an interview about our own owl monkeys. Project member Ben Finkel brings you these pieces.

In honor of Father’s Day we were curious to find out, just how come so many Yale anthropologists research fatherhood? In a set of interviews, we ask five experts to explore the different questions anthropology has on the evolution, health, and culture of dads. Ben Finkel, a research associate at Yale, produced these pieces.

The audio podcast features interviews with our collegues Professors Marcia Inhorn, Eduardo Fernandez-Duque, Richard Bribiescas, Catherine Panter-Brick, and graduate student Erin Burke.

Go directly to the interview with Eduardo Fernandez-Duque here

 

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