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 →
18 May 2018, 6:30pm for 7pm start Mortimer Wheeler House, 46 Eagle Wharf Road, London, N1 7ED Join an evening of talks by our Foreshore Recording and Observation Group volunteers In the latest of our series of Tideway Community Lectures, we will be joined by members of the Foreshore Recording and Observation Group who will... Continue Reading →
It's hard to believe that it has been two years since we started this podcast! We hope you enjoy our reminiscing over our favorite episodes, chatting about what we've learned, building a podcast community, and our hopes for the podcast in the future. Keep an eye out for some very exciting things coming your way... Continue Reading →
By Suzanne Marie Taylor My name is Suzanne Marie Taylor, and I am from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I am currently an MA student at Birkbeck University, studying Archaeological Practice. My background is in theatre, but because of my love for the archaeological site of Philip Henslowe’s 1587 Rose Playhouse, I decided to pursue my... Continue Reading →
Today's panel discusses the wild world of pseudo-archaeology. The regular panel is joined by Stephanie Halmhofer at Bones, Stones, and Books, and Sara Head from Archaeological Fantasies to discuss the nature of pseudo-archaeology, how to identify it, what to do when you see it, and how we as archaeologists can combat it. Pseudoarchaeology with Stephanie
Click here to listen to the episode on the APN or you can download the episode from iTunes: It's hard to believe that it has been two years since we started this podcast! We hope you enjoy our reminiscing over our favorite episodes and our hopes for the podcast in the future. *PLEASE NOTE: All... Continue Reading →
Future plans and fond memories!
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 →
What can you do to combat psuedo-archaeology?