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 →
Repost – Avocational Archaeology with Mandy Ranslow
This episode originally aired on December 25, 2016. The show hosts were Deidra Black, Chelsi Slotten, Kristin Bastis, Emily Long and the guest was Mandy Ranslow. Apologies for the audio quality. This was still in our pre-Zencastr and fancy microphones days. Enjoy! Episode summary: Mandy Ranslow joins the show to talk about an avocational archaeology... Continue Reading →
Favorites of 2022
On this episode, the first of 2023, Emily Long and Chelsi Slotten share some of their favorite archaeological finds, site discoveries, history-based shows, and interesting news stories from 2022. Tune in to learn more about the discovery of the Endurance, a newly discovered Maya City, learning more about Indian boarding schools and the horrors that... Continue Reading →
Repost – Zooarchaeology with Alex Fitzpatrick
This episode originally aired on March 4, 2018. The hosts were Chelsi Slotten and Emily Long with guest 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... Continue Reading →
Happy Holidays from the Women in Archaeology Podcast!
Wishing everyone a very happy holiday season and happy new year! We're looking forward to sharing a new season of archaeology podcast episodes in 2023!
Repost – Sexual Harassment in Archaeology
*This episode originally aired in 2016. The episode covers the formation of the Society for American Archaeology's recent statement on sexual harassment and look at a few notable cases that have made the news. The discussion panel includes Sara Head, Emily Long, Chelsi Slotten, Deidra Black, and Meagan Thies-Sauder. It's 2022, now looking back. A... Continue Reading →
Community Connections LLC: Archaeology with a Purpose
In today's episode, we talk to Jessica and Jasmine of Community Connections, LLC, a non-profit archaeological and educational organization in Colorado. Both with previous careers in Cultural Resource Management, Jessica and Jasmine wanted to bring together the "resource" and the people that give archaeology its importance and meaning. Approaching this in various ways, they hope to create a more excited, involved, and informed public in their local area. Chelsi and Kirsten discuss their work, their vision, and the experiences they've had along the way.
Underwater Archaeology with Jessica Irwin – Repost
This episode was originally recorded on August 6, 2017. On this episode we are joined by underwater archaeologist Jessica Irwin. We will discuss what underwater archaeology is, how it differs from terrestrial archaeology, some of the unique challenges faced by underwater archaeologists, and some really cool underwater sites that have been excavated. Links https://womenalsoknowhistory.com/individual-scholar-page/?pdb=2095 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8NagTrAgQk... Continue Reading →
The Changing Roles of Museums and Museum Collections – Repost
This episode originally aired on October 15, 2017. The hosts are Emily Long, Kirsten Lopez, and Sarah Head. The guests are Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, Deidra Black, and Nicole Bodenstein. On this episode of Women in Archaeology, we discussed the changing academic and social roles of museums in the United States. We also briefly talked about the... Continue Reading →
Badass Women in Archaeology – Part 3
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. Show Notes Anna Marie Prentiss -Field... Continue Reading →