About This Show
The Pemaculture podcast is combination of gratuitous self-indulgences: learning from others, connecting people, building bridges, expanding my knowledge, ushering the divine feminine up from the underground, celebrating and exploring the culture of extraordinary women, showcasing their great work in the world, and finding out what makes them badass and fully turned-on, while talking and laughing over coffee, tea, or sacred cacao drinks. I will occasionally feature some great men as well, but for the most part I will focus on women as now is the time their voices are most needed and sought after.
Most Recent Episode
Culture, Race, and other Scholarly Insights with Mitzi Uehara Carter Ep #9
My guest today is the brilliant Mitzi Uehara Carter. Mitzi has a BA from Duke University in Cultural Anthropology and an MA and PhD in Anthropology from University of California at Berkeley. She has published on mixed race in Okinawa and the United States, militarization, ethnographic methodology, and Blackness in Japan. She currently teaches Anthropology and East Asian Studies at FIU in Miami. She occasionally blogs about mixed race Okinawans on gritsandsushi.com. Mitzi offers consulting services for non-profit organizations, community organizations, research institutes, or freelance projects as a cultural insights strategist. Finally, she also writes memoirs, life stories, or family biographies with a trained anthropological lens and research methodology with her soon-to-be-publicly-launched company called Cultural Storyscapes. Enjoy the conversation and thank you for listening!