SPOILER ALERT!! Serra, Emily, and Kirsten pick apart and discuss the finer points of the most recent Tomb Raider film. Derived from the 2010s video game reboot, the film sits in a strange point between the Tomb Raider character we know and love (or not) and her past. Join us to explore pop culture archaeology... Continue Reading →
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For the first time ever, all our hosts are in the same location for episode 65!! Come take a listen to all the amazing things that were presented at the conference. Revel in positivity as much as you can! The last segment of the episode we dive into the nitty gritty of SAA’s inaction regarding... Continue Reading →
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An oldie-but-goodie for International Women’s Day! Celebrate over 100 years of badass women’s abilities and success in society and archaeology, despite our hurdles and roadblocks. This episode originally recorded in 2017 is one of our favorites. Women in archaeology from the 1950s all the way back into the early days of the written historical... Continue Reading →
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Ever wonder what information we can learn from bioarchaeology, and new directions of research? Kim Plomp shares with us her most recent work, what can it tell us about modern health? Find out, as we dive in to Dr. Plomp’s expertise! Show Notes: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/archaeology-classics-and-egyptology/staff/kimberly-plomp/publications/ http://www.digitiseddiseases.org/alpha/ – University of Bradford’s Digitising Diseases Project https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/tmg/vol1/iss1/6/ –...
Join us as we take a closer look at what the shutdown means for archaeologists, public lands, and the consequences that will likely stretch into the rest of 2019. What became the longest government shutdown in US history is explored during the fact, recorded during January 2019. Revisit this and our other political posts... Continue Reading →
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A look back over the Great Basin Anthropological Conference of 2018 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Dive into a look at what is up and coming, including a number of our guests! Recorded in the conference hotel, sound quality is variable, please excuse any audio funk. Support your independent podcast below by becoming a WIA... Continue Reading →
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In the spirit of the election day this Tuesday, come back with us in time to January 2017, when we speculate the challenges ahead with the Trump administration, archaeology, and public lands. Always a good episode to return to when reviewing candidates for the upcoming 2020 election to remind us of the issues we face... Continue Reading →
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In this episode, professor Chelsea Blackmore of the University of California, Santa Cruz joins us to discuss her work in Belize, and in archaeology at large. Topics discussed in this episode include queer archaeology, archaeology of identity and oppression, public outreach, the Maya, and of course, pirates. Show Notes: Queer Archaeology Blog: https://queerarchaeology.com Queer voices... Continue Reading →
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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! Home https://washingtonarchaeology.org https://associationoforegonarchaeologists.org/ https://www.pdx.edu/anthropology/archaeology-roadshow
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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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On this rerun of episode 2 of the Women in Archaeology Podcast, the panel discusses why they created the show and what they hope to give and get out of it. They also discuss the importance of breaking preset expectations about a show with word Women in it is about.
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