I've finished my Masters - what's next?
It's time for the Visualizing Science photo contest! Will you vote for me?
You've done it. You've reached the point where it's time to start writing your archaeology thesis. These are my suggestions on how to actually write it.
Interested in co-authoring a chapter on North American archaeology in a new open access textbook?
Some exciting updates to my glass bead research!
I recently had an on-site bear encounter and thanks to the safety training I had received, nobody was hurt. Here is my experience and some bear safety tips!
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?