I love archaeology. But that doesn't mean it doesn't suck sometimes.
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Archaeologists have been interested in climate change for a long time. Here are some archaeological examples of societal reactions to climate change in the past.
At the core of osteoarchaeological research is an osteobiography. But what is that? And how do we write one?
Archaeologists are beginning to explore the story of Ragnarök not out of interest in the upcoming Marvel movie, but for the role climate change may have played in its inspiration.
Here is the glass bead research I've been working on over the past 8 months!
I had a great time at CAA2017. Here are some of the highlights!
Palaeopathological case studies from zooarchaeological cases aren't super common. Here's one about a wolverine skeleton I studied.
I found a unique way to bring some new life to the glass beads from Garden Bay
Research can be a daunting task. Using my experiences in researching some glass beads, here are some tips I'd like to share!