Episode: Deathnography Podcast #4 - Sport / Gym / Gender ft Prof Katie Rose Hejtmanek and Liona Gibbs-Bravo


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Deathnography Podcast #4 - Sport / Gym / Gender ft Prof Katie Rose Hejtmanek and Liona Gibbs-Bravo

This episode of Deathnography Podcast delves into fitness, combat, sport, and our competitive drives. I speak to Professor Katie Rose Hejtmanek about her research on (and participation in) Crossfit and weightlifting. Liona Gibbs-Bravo tells us how an anthropologist ends up in a boxing gym. We talk about gender, gyms, and the stories we craft about ourselves.

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