Mergers & Acquisitions
Mergers & Acquisitions
Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA)

SEA’s podcast, Mergers and Acquisitions demonstrates how anthropological and other perspectives can enhance and complicate understandings of economic life and contemporary events. Mergers and Acquisitions hosts interviews with leading economic anthropologists, provides reflection pieces on economic transformations and problems, and serves as a vehicle for new and established scholars to connect with each other. Recognizing that the best ideas and insights are rarely generated alone, Mergers and Acquisitions offers a collective mind-hive for furthering the study of economic life.

Mergers & Acquisitions trailer: What does economic anthropology mean to you? 

  • Outside/Alongside the Academy: A conversation with Dr. Taylor Nelms
  • Anthropologist “at Home”: A Conversation with Dr. Tami Navarro
  • What is Economic Anthropology? with Heangjin Park
  • What is Economic Anthropology? with Morten Sørensen Thaning
  • What is Economic Anthropology? with Matthew Archer
  • What is Economic Anthropology? with Cindy Isenhour
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Mergers & Acquisitions is produced in association with the American Anthropological Association.