All About Sally Binford with Liz Quinlan

We are joined by Liz Quinlan to learn about the extraordinary life of trowelblazer Sally Binford. Feminist, archaeologist, free spirit, and all around badass. This is one you don't want to miss. Quinlan also discusses her research, presentation, and future publication on the work and legacy of on Sally Binford. Show Notes Trowelblazers- Sally Binford... Continue Reading →

Bars, Brothels, and Businesses: Archaeology in Commensal Politics with Dr. Megan Victor

Bars, brothels, and businesses, oh my! Dr. Megan Victor joins the hosts to discuss her fascinating work with commensal politics in archaeology, with her focus on the businesses at Smuttynose Island, brothels and bars at Highland City, and Molly Houses in the English Colonial World. Links Dr. Megan Victor: https://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/anthro/Web_Pages/victor/Megan%20Victor%20QC%20Anthropology.html Under the Tavern Table: Excavations... Continue Reading →

Decolonizing Archaeology with Dr. Paulette Steeves

Dr. Paulette Steeves joined the hosts to discuss her work in indigenous archaeology, decolonizing archaeology, and ongoing research to demonstrate the true depth of indigenous history in the Americas. Pre-order her book, 'The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere'! Links: Pre-order the book here! (University of Nebraska Press) Check out Dr. Steeves ongoing database! (tipdba.com)... Continue Reading →

WIA Podcast: SAA Poster Session Interviews, Part 1

While at the 2019 Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Conference in Albuquerque, NM, Chelsi and Emily recorded a few interviews during the poster sessions.  The poster sessions are a great way to meet a variety of archaeologists hoping share their research with the rest of the community.  Please excuse the poor sound quality; we were... Continue Reading →

Ethics Cases and the Real World

I think every student should have a good grasp of cultural resource management (CRM) legislation, from the Antiquities Act of 1906 to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 (NAGPRA).  It’s important to know how and why we practice archaeology in the United States, to show the effort necessary to protect the... Continue Reading →

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