What’s In Your Pack (Released 2016)

Wondering what field gear to ask for the upcoming holidays? Wondering what to get the archaeologist in your life? Give a listen to this released episode where the hosts talk about what they typically pack for fieldwork, their essential field gear, How to "Go" in the field, what to do about Flo, and basic first-aid... Continue Reading →

Repost – Kids and Archaeology

This episode originally aired on June 25, 2017.  The hosts were Emily Long and Chelsi Slotten.  The guests were Jenny McNiven, Kirsten Lopez, Lindsay Doyle, and Natalie Clark.  On this episode, the hosts talked about the logistics of having kids as an archaeologist. They discuss the ups and downs, the necessary planning, and provide advice... Continue Reading →

Give A Hoot, Don’t Loot: types of looting and recent examples

On this episode, hosts Chelsi Slotten and Emily Long explore the different types and reasons why people loot archaeological sites, both in the past and present. They also discuss recent examples of looting (i.e. WWII shipwrecks) and issues of repatriating looted artifacts. Ship looting in the Java Sea- https://www.theguardian.com/world/ng-interactive/2017/nov/03/worlds-biggest-grave-robbery-asias-disappearing-ww2-shipwrecks?fbclid=IwAR0d1QIYByhdeV7vHTbeqECE4DSODiq5SB5iYZECy5_NIO2da-oguxkOJrY Ship looting in Malaysan economic zone-... Continue Reading →

Impact of Tourism at Archaeological Sites – Repost

This episode originally aired on October 1st, 2017.  The hosts are Dr. Chelsi Slotten, Emily Long, and Kirsten Lopez.  Enjoy.  On today's episode, we will be discussing the impact tourism can have on sites including the good, the bad and the ugly. From individuals, best practices, to legislation.  The discussion will include how tourism impacts... Continue Reading →

Scattered Crossover with Yvonne Kjorlien

For this episode we are joined by Yvonne Kjorlien to talk about her research on the search and recovery of scattered human remains, helping families find closure, and the educational materials she has developed along the way. We also discuss her work with law enforcement agencies and transitioning out of archaeology . Yvonne would also... Continue Reading →

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