Ian Cook

Ian Cook

#anthropology #india #urban #rhythm Research: http://ceu.academia.edu/IanCook Blog: thecityasariver.net
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A Podcast About Early American History

Africa Past & Present | The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics

Africa Past & Present | The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics

Africa Past & Present | The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics

Africa Past & Present | The Podcast about African History, Culture, and Politics

History podcast. Join us for a walk exploring the history and culture of a different town, city or location in each episode

Join us for a walk exploring the history and culture of a different town, city or location in each episode

Crumbly or flaky, but always buttery and moreish, the cornish pasty has travelled far and wide across the world but once it arrived in Mexico, pastes as they came to be known, became a perfect Mexi…

Rare Maps Show Life in Hong Kong's Vice-Filled 'Walled City'

The infamous, secret city was a hotbed of temptation and violence that most refused to enter—even after the walls came down.

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2083520

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The Best in History Online – "Exploring Environmental History Podcast"

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Environmental news of the Great Lakes region

Researcher Dan Ray removes a dead bird from the coastline. Image: Samuel Corden

Since Lake Michigan has seen a steady stream of dead birds washing up on its beaches, and this fall has been exceptionally grim. So far, researchers

https://whomakescentspodcast.com/2016/10/01/lashawn-harris-on-black-women-and-the-informal-economy/

Episode LaShawn Harris on Black Women and the Informal Economy