Join hosts Emily Long, Chelsi Slotten, and Kirsten Lopez, as we explore the works and contributions of women archaeologists from the past and present. These are women that inspire not only us, but the field of archaeology as a whole to do better, be better, and create great work.
Anna Marie Prentiss
-Field Seasons, a book for any aspiring or early career archaeologist: https://uofupress.lib.utah.edu/field-seasons/
-Field school in British Columbia (2022 and 2023) w/Bridge River tribe: https://hs.umt.edu/anthropology/documents/field-school–courseflyer–2022.pdf
-Becoming Anna: https://queerarchaeology.com/2018/03/14/no-one-noticed-doing-archaeology-for-the-first-time-as-anna/
First historical archaeology completed in Cuba since the 1950s, a must-read! https://upf.com/book.asp?id=SINGL001
Book in progress: The Archaeology of Plantation Life in the Caribbean and United States. American Experience in Archaeological Perspective Series. Michael Nassaney editor, under contract University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Important work: chapter in Ethical Issues in Archaeology about the importance of descendant communities:
Out of print. Find at your local book store here: https://www.indiebound.org/ or buy direct here:
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