SAA 2018 Recap

Just in time to remind you to get your 2019 abstract in, Kirsten Lopez and Serra Head recap of the 2018 SAA with an energetic group in Washington DC. Full of energy, insight, and power as six women review the high points, critiques, and insights into this years' SAA meeting. Show Notes: http://tbdthepodcast.libsyn.com/ https://www.tdar.org/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC07EjyHn5H9MqU1ubjTN1bw/videos... Continue Reading →

Archaeology 101

Ever wonder what exactly it is archaeologists do? Not an archaeologist but want to better understand some of our more jargon-heavy episodes? We created this introduction to archaeology episode in hopes of helping demystify archaeology for you! Please let us know how this has helped (or not), and let others know about this clarifying discussion... Continue Reading →

A Peek into the world and work of a WIA host: Textiles as Craft and as Practice

By Kirsten Lopez Textile manufacture is a unique craft in that it involves fabrication, or the addition of materials as it is made, rather than the removal of materials, as when creating stone tools or pottery. The process of making the item is recorded in the movements and materials used (Camp 2016). Textiles here include... Continue Reading →

The Women in Archaeology Podcast Ep 45 – Zooarchaeology with Alex Fitzpatrick

Do they have squirrels in Scotland? Maybe you enjoy in depth discussions about ancient ceramics. In today's episode we discuss one of the myriad of sub-fields within archaeology, with zooarchaeologist Alex Fitzpatrick. We cover what zooarchaeology is (in short animal bones), how it has been used to learn about humans and the world in the... Continue Reading →

Celebrating The Women of Archaeology – 2017 Edition

Written by: Dani Bradford, Steph Halmhofer, and Nikki Martensen *Authors and contributors listed in alphabetical order **Featured image from Steph Halmhofer ***Originally posted on Bones, Stones, and Books   It all started with a suggestion on Twitter by @ArchyFantasies to start a “women of archaeology support group”. The support group began on Twitter and then... Continue Reading →

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