Interview with Julie

In this episode, we chat with Dr. Julie Wesp about methods and ideas in bioarchaeology, with a focus around her book co-edited with Dr. Christina Agarwal, Exploring Gender in Bioarchaeology. Dive into the variation in gender roles across cultures, how these imprint on bodies, and prepare to throw your assumptions and androcentrism out the window.... Continue Reading →

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

Take a look back at the basics: not an archaeologist but want to better understand some of our more jargon-heavy episodes? We created this episode in hopes to help demystify archaeology for you! Please let us know how this has helped (or not), and let others know about this clarifying discussion of what it is... Continue Reading →

MAAC Recap: Episode 51

On episode 51 of the Women in Archaeology Podcast, Chelsi Slotten and Serra Head discuss topics in archaeology from the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference (MAAC) with fellow archaeologists Ashley McCuiston, Erin Cagney, Ruth Tricolli, Heather Lapham, and Christine Ames.  Panelists come from diverse backgrounds and experiences including students from American university, employees from the DC... Continue Reading →

Northwest Anthropological Conference, over a pint

In this episode Kirsten Lopez brings Michelle North and Emily Tabor together over a beer to discuss this year's Northwest Anthropological Conference, Archaeology Roadshow, and the benefits and importance of service work for early career archaeologists. Grab a pint and join us! https://washingtonarchaeology.org/ https://washingtonarchaeology.org https://associationoforegonarchaeologists.org/ https://www.pdx.edu/anthropology/archaeology-roadshow

The Importance of Intentional Communities in North America, an Interview with Stacy Kozakavich.

On this episode, we explore the concept of intentional or "utopian" or "communal" communities throughout North America. Intentional communities include the Shakers, the Harmony Society, The Oneida community, Brook Farm, the Moravians, the Kawah Colony, and Mormon towns. We visit with Stacy Kozakavich, the author of a new book by University Press of Florida, The Archaeology... Continue Reading →

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