Click here to listen to Tim Ingold on the crisis of ethnography, the problem with embodiment, human becomings and exploding cellos.
Tim Ingold, Professor of Social Anthropology at University of Aberdeen, talks to Ben Spatz about the difference between anthropology and ethnography, the importance of collaboration, skilled practice and playing the cello, why he finds the idea of the body problematic, and why he thinks of people as human becomings rather than beings.
This interview is part of the “Remember Your Body!” podcast series, which is part of the Somatics Toolkit. Thanks to Eline Kieft and Doerte Weig for developing the podcast and to editor Chris Garrington of Research Podcasts. You can listen above or subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.