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15 Questions With An Archeologist

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15 Questions With An Archeologist is an interview show that seeks to ask as many archeologists as possible the same 15 questions. These questions are designed to cover the areas in which archeologists are most often queried. They are also design to provoke though and commentary on our profession. archaeology, archeology, archaeologist, archeologist

15 Questions With An Archeologist is an interview show that seeks to ask as many archeologists as possible the same 15 questions. These questions are designed to cover the areas in which archeologists are most often queried. They are also design to provoke though and commentary on our profession. archaeology, archeology, archaeologist, archeologist

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15 Questions With An Archeologist is an interview show that seeks to ask as many archeologists as possible the same 15 questions. These questions are designed to cover the areas in which archeologists are most often queried. They are also design to provoke though and commentary on our profession. archaeology, archeology, archaeologist, archeologist

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@NPSSEAC

Language:

English


Episodes

Tracy Lovingood - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

5/1/2021
Tracy Lovingood In this episode, we are joined by Tracy Lovingood; an Archeological Technician right here at SEAC. Tracy began her tenure as an archeologist at the University of Central Florida. Where she earned her Bachelor's degree. From there, she went on to the University of South Florida to earn a Master's degree in Applied Anthropology. Now she works at SEAC as a member of our Compliance division. Throughout her time as an archeologist, Tracy has had the opportunity to conduct...

Duration:00:48:29

Hannah Fromknecht - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

4/1/2021
Hannah Fromknecht In this episode, we are joined by Hannah Fromknecht; former SEAC Archeological Technician and graduate student at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Hannah began her tenure as an archeologist at Florida State University. Where she earned two Bachelor's degrees; one in Anthropology and the other in Psychology. It was during her studies when she began volunteering at SEAC. Eventually, she became an intern and later earned a position as one of our Archeological...

Duration:00:36:21

Dr. Bill Schindler - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

3/1/2021
Dr. Bill Schindler In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Bill Schindler; Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archeology at Washington College and the Founder and Director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab. Dr. Schindler received both his Master's degree and Ph.D. at Temple University. With much of his studies being centered around primitive technologies and various aspects of prehistoric food acquisition, storage, and consumption. He believes that gaining a better understanding of...

Duration:01:09:51

Michaela Mauriello - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

2/1/2021
Michaela Mauriello In this episode, we are joined by Michaela Mauriello; Archeologist at AECOM and the Co-host of the I Dig It Podcast. Michaela began her tenure as an archeologist at California State University, Long Beach. Where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Visual Anthropology. From there she moved abroad to England to study for her Master's degree in Digital Archaeology at the University of York. After her time in the UK, she moved back to California and is now working as part...

Duration:00:40:35

Alyssa Loyless - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

1/1/2021
Alyssa Loyless In this episode, we are joined by Alyssa Loyless; Archeologist, Ph.D. Student, and the Co-host of the I Dig It Podcast. Alyssa began her tenure as an archeologist at Dartmouth College. Where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology. From there she moved abroad to England to study for her Master's degree in Digital Archaeology at the University of York. After her time in the UK, she moved to California and is now pursuing a Ph.D. at Stanford University. Throughout...

Duration:01:41:49

Linn Marie Krogsrud - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

12/1/2020
Linn Marie Krogsrud In this episode, we are joined by Linn Marie Krogsrud; Norweigien Archeologist and Viking specialist. Linn began her tenure as an archeologist at the University of Oslo in Norway. Where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Archeology. During this time, she also did some fieldwork in Ireland and studied the Viking Age. She then went on to continue studying at the University of Oslo to earn her Master's degree. Throughout her career, Linn has had the opportunity to...

Duration:00:41:10

Dr. Karen Bellinger - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

11/1/2020
Dr. Karen Bellinger In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Karen Bellinger; Anthropologist, Archeologist, Story Teller, and the host of the Working Over Time podcast. Dr. Bellinger began her tenure as an archeologist at Yale University. Where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and focused heavily on history. From there she went on to earn both an MA and Ph.D. in Anthropology at New York University. She also completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Geography at the Queen...

Duration:00:45:46

Emily Wapshott - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

10/1/2020
Emily Wapshott In this episode, we are joined by Emily Wapshott; Commercial Archeologist at Southwest Archaeology and Co-Founder of Archaeologists Engage in the UK. Emily began her tenure as an archeologist at a young age. Beginning with volunteer work when she was eight-years-old. Later on, she found her way to the University of Exeter to pursue her education. It was there where she earned a double honors undergraduate degree in History and Archeology, as well as a postgraduate degree...

Duration:01:57:23

Dr. Paul Harrison - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

9/1/2020
Dr. Paul Harrison In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Paul Harrison; Egyptologist, media presenter, and the host of the Profane Humanities podcast. Dr. Harrison began his tenure as an archeologist at University College London's Institue of Archeology. Where he earned an MA, as well as a PhD in Egyptian Archeology. He has also had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in a variety of places in the UK and abroad. Dr. Harrison has also had several media appearances throughout his...

Duration:00:50:03

Dr. Ann Raab - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

8/1/2020
Dr. Ann Raab In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ann Raab; Professor at Metropolitan Community College-Longview in Missouri. Dr. Raab began her tenure as an archeologist at California State University, Northridge. Where she earned her MA in Anthropology. From there she went on to the University of Kansas to earn her PhD in Anthropology, with an emphasis in Archeology. Along the way, Dr. Raab has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork at a variety of different places in the US, and...

Duration:01:16:18

Ed Jakaitis - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

7/1/2020
Ed Jakaitis In this episode, we are joined by Ed Jakaitis; Cultural Resources Program Manager at Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. Ed began his tenure as an archeologist while attending community college in the Chicago area. It was then when he had his first introduction to archeology. From there he went on to Northern Illinois University to pursue the discipline even further and make it his chosen profession. Along the way, Ed has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork at a...

Duration:01:03:28

Dr. Andrew Kinkella - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

6/1/2020
Dr. Andrew Kinkella In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Andrew Kinkella; Associate Professor of Archeology at Moorpark College in Southern California. Dr. Kinkella began his tenure as an archeologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he double-majored in Anthropology and Film Studies. From there, he went on to California State University to earn his MA in Anthropology. And he eventually found his way to the University of California, Riverside to earn his PhD in...

Duration:01:10:50

Dr. Kent Lightfoot - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

5/1/2020
Dr. Kent Lightfoot In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Kent Lightfoot; Professor of Archeology at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Lightfoot has a long tenure in archeology. One that begins at Stanford University, where he earned a BA in Anthropology. From there he went on to Arizona State University to earn both his MA and PhD in Anthropology. Following his own educational endeavors, he returned to California, and now teaches at UC Berkeley's Department of...

Duration:01:13:47

Rusty Simmons - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

4/1/2020
Rusty Simmons In this episode, we are joined by Rusty Simmons; Archeologist here at SEAC. Rusty began his journey as an archeologist after an enlistment in the US Army. Following his service, he transitioned to Middle Tennessee State University to begin pursuing archeology. After completing his educational endeavors, he made his way south to begin working here at SEAC. His time here at SEAC has allowed him to work at a variety of sites in and around the southeastern US as part of our...

Duration:00:29:06

Beth Horvath - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

3/1/2020
Beth Horvath In this episode, we are joined by Beth Horvath; Senior Project Archeologist at Archaeological Consultants Inc. (ACI) and SEAC alumnus. Beth began her tenure as an archeologist at Cleveland State University, where she earned a BA in Anthropology. From there she made her way down south to the University of South Florida to earn an MA in Public Archaeology with an emphasis on cultural resource management. After completing her educational endeavors, Beth spent some time...

Duration:00:29:13

Dr. Emma Wells - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

2/1/2020
Dr. Emma Wells In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Emma Wells; ecclesiastical historian and buildings archeologist at the University of York in England. Dr. Wells's tenure as an archeologist began at the University of York. Where she earned a BA in History of Art, and an MA in Buildings Archeology. From there she went on to Durham University to earn her PhD in Buildings Archeology. Following her own educational endeavors, she returned to York and is now the leader for both the PGDip...

Duration:00:37:34

Klint Janulis - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

1/1/2020
Klint Janulis In this episode, we are joined by Klint Janulis. Klint has a very diverse background. One that begins in the US military; first in the Marine Corps and later in the Army Special Forces. After over a decade of military service, he went on to pursue archeology. This lead him to the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs, and eventually to the University of Oxford in England to study Paleoarcheology. Where he is currently working towards a PhD that focuses on...

Duration:01:02:03

Josh Logan - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

12/1/2019
Josh Logan In this episode, we are joined by our very own Josh Logan. Prior to joining SEAC, Josh began his tenure as an archeologist at Florida State University. Where he did a double major for anthropology and archeology. Following his educational career, he went on to work at a variety of sites around the US, as well as in Italy. Now he works here at SEAC as a member of our Compliance division. Listen to his answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from...

Duration:00:22:43

Franklin H. Price - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

11/1/2019
Franklin H. Price In this episode, we are joined by Franklin H. Price, Archeologist with the Bureau of Archeological Research. Franklin's tenure as an archeologist began at Earlham College in Indiana, where he earned a BA in History. From there he transferred to East Carolina University to pursue Maritime Studies. Following his educational career, he went on to work on a variety of underwater sites and shipwrecks. Some of which include; the Vasa warship near Stockholm, Sweden, and the...

Duration:00:24:59

Zan Rothrock - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

10/1/2019
Zan Rothrock In this episode we are joined by Zan Rothrock, Archeologist here at SEAC. Zan's tenure as an archeologist began at Appalachian State University, where he earned degrees in Public History and Archeology. From there he went on to work in Cultural Resource Management as a Crew Chief, and conducted fieldwork at a variety of sites along the east coast. One of which was a year-long excavation and removal of a large cemetery in Philadelphia. Now he works here at SEAC as a member...

Duration:00:27:23