Ohio Humans

This episode of Covid Conversations, a podcast series from the OSU Center of Folklore Studies, features two scholars who specialize in ethnographic fieldwork methods and who have undertaken ethnographic fieldwork since the pandemic began in early 2020.

Show Notes

Host Rachel Hopkin is joined by ethnographers Dr. Lucy Long, a folklorist and ethnomusicologist who teaches at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros, an anthropologist with the Institute of Heritage Sciences at the Spanish National Research Council in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Dr. Long is the founder and director of The Center for Food and Culture. An online exhibition of her Covid-related foodways research is available at https://comfortfoodwaysexhibit.wordpress.com.

Dr. Sánchez-Fuarros is an anthropologist with the Institute of Heritage Sciences at the Spanish National Research Council. He is also the Principal Investigator of the Sounding Out the Tourist City project based in Lisbon, Portugal, which has been documenting the soundscape of the city both prior to and during the pandemic.

Covid Conversations is a podcast series from the Center for Folklore Studies at the Ohio State University in which artists and humanities professionals from Ohio and their counterparts elsewhere in the world discuss how their lives and work have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

The series is funded by an OSU Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme grant and distributed by Ohio Humanities. It is produced and presented by radio producer and folklorist Rachel Hopkin and mastered by Paul Kotheimer at OSU.

Music for this podcast is provided by Pixabay.

For more about the Center for Folklore Studies, where the full recordings of each episode will be archived along with contextual information about each episode, please visit cfs.osu.edu.

To learn more about Ohio Humanities podcasts and other projects and programs, please visit ohiohumanities.org.

What is Ohio Humans?

A podcast that shares stories to spark conversations and inspire ideas.