Indiana Jones: Myth, Reality and 21st Century Archaeology
Indiana Jones is to Archaeology what Jurassic World...07/01/15
Be it Nazis, religious artifacts, and whips, or scales, snarls, and beasts movies capture the imagination of audiences.
Archaeology of Race
Archaeologists are constantly looking for materials and evidence of land use to illuminate past human activity.
Special Encore Presentation: The Nexus of Archaeology and...
Past episodes have demonstrated that archaeology overlaps with broader questions of contemporary life.
Herring Run Park
Herring Run Park is an urban oasis in Northeast Baltimore—375 acres of woodlands that is. This area is of particular interest
Special Encore Presentation: The Story of Cahokia:...
Before Europeans arrived on the North American continent, the central Mississippi River Valley formed the core of an extensive prehistoric
Special Encore Presentation: Missions of Major...
The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) remains the largest and most influential archaeological organization
Special Encore Presentation: Archaeology and JPAC's...
Have you ever wondered how the criminologists popularized in such TV shows as “CSI” developed their investigative techniques
Encore of 100 Years Later: Role of Innovative Technologies...
This week’s episode is dedicated to one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century, which fascinates millions around the world
Sons Of Liberty: The Writing of a Historical Snapshot
Over two hundred years in the making? Not quite, but the three-night scripted mini-series “Sons of Liberty” does depict the period that built
The Coalescence of Geophysics, Archaeology, Education
Geophysics is an important component of the archaeological survey toolkit. Be it a survey of a pipeline or historical cemetery, covering a small area like a crime scene
The Megiddo Expedition: Archaeology at the real Armageddon
Megiddo is a sight and a site of incredible importance to biblical archaeology. It is located by one of the most important trading
A Confluence Archaeology and Biblical History
To be called a Philistine is to evoke an image of one that is hostile or indifferent to culture and arts.
Archaeology and Development: the Mounds State Park...
Mounds State Park Anderson, IN has nine to twelve unique earthworks, (ceremonial mounds) built by the prehistoric Adena culture
The Federated Archaeological Information Management System...
Archaeology is romantic for some, monotonous for others. It is always the case that the preservation of information from excavations is of the utmost importance.
More Sex: Studying Sexuality and Gendered Roles in...
If last weeks Valentine's Day show was not satiating enough, this week we have bookended Valentine's Day with another show dedicated to exposing more sex in archaeology!
Archaeology of Sex
This week our show is for adults only! Just kidding. Joining the Indy Team is none other than Dr. Peter Sinelli.
The Odyssey of Artifacts: Unraveling the Herculaneum...
On January 20th, 2015 the New York Times published an exciting development in the research of the Herculaneum library’s carbonized papyrus scrolls.
Releasing the Stories of Archaeology of Internment
Today Indiana Jones Myth Reality and 21st Century Archaeology unlocks the proverbial shackles to talk about an increasingly common feature of conflicts
Special Encore Presentation: Assessments of Graduate...
Previous programs have explored the changing realities of graduate student training in the age of applied archaeology.
Student’s Uncovered: Experiences and Perceptions from...
Indiana Jones Myth, Reality, and 21st Century Archaeology addresses the question of where archaeology “fits” in the modern world.
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