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Fair Wages in US Archaeology

June 5, 2012

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A few weeks back a survey was posted in the Archaeo Field Techs Facebook group asking what people though a “fair” wage was. A total of 54 field techs responded to the survey and here is what they thought (note- not my survey): (Note: responses frequently included a range of values. I used the lower […]

Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online Workshop: Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL

May 28, 2012

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Next video from the barriers workshop. All of the presentations can be seen here or you can look at the whole event here- http://storify.com/lornarichardson/workshop-on-barriers-to-participation-with-archaeo Dr Joe Flatman & Laura Cream UCL Institute of Archaeology / UCL Public Engagement Unit Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL This talk will showcase some […]

Sneak Peak at 2011-2012 Jobs in British Archaeology: Excavators

May 3, 2012

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To give more detailed information on pay for different positions on the Jobs in British Archaeology post here is a break down of advertised jobs for excavators/site assistants/Fieldwork Staff/Assistant Archaeologists (Site Assistants) etc. You can see the methodology here on how these numbers were collected in total 40 job postings are represented here. As mentioned […]

New Publication- Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works

April 18, 2012

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full disclosure- Kenneth Aitchison is a friend and will be employing me for the profiling the profession project that we will be undertaking soon. That aside I would recommend his new book “Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works“. This book, available on Kindle, is a contemporary history of the last twenty years of professional archaeological […]