Tips for an Archaeology Resume/CV if you just graduated or are about to

May 21, 2012

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In the past, I have posted about making an archaeology resume/CV. This has led to people contacting me about making their resume/CV better because they are about to, or just did, graduate with a degree in archaeology/anthropology/history and are looking to get a job. To share some of the insights I tell people here is […]

The Wind in the Willows: Employing the Narrative in Environmental Archaeology

April 1, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info Scientific communication is often presented as logical and empirical (context-free). The facts, however, do not speak for themselves and context serves a very necessary function in providing meaning for data. Honestly, […]

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Temporalities Otherwise: Archaeology, Relational Ontologies and the Time of the Other

March 27, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info Archaeology as ‘undisciplined’ practice (Haber 2012; Hamilakis 2013) emerged from the acknowledgement of its disciplinary entanglements with the philosophical and epistemological tenets of Western modernity and necessarily also with its ‘darker […]

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Time and the Maritime: The Temporality of Coastal Zones

March 25, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info Coastal regions are dynamic spaces and people’s interactions with these areas have played a large role in shaping societies, cultures, and technologies (Cordell 1989; Fitzpatrick et al 2015; Rainbird 2007), as […]

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Global Perspectives on British Archaeology

March 20, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info With the exception of a small number of world-renowned examples (Stonehenge, Hadrian’s Wall), the majority of British archaeological sites receive very little attention on the global stage. Occasionally some achieve momentary […]

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Periodization, Time and Fault Lines: The Fifth Century AD

March 18, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info Most archaeologists and historians would agree that the fifth century AD is a fundamental time in the history of Britain and Western Europe. It marks the break between Classical Antiquity and […]

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Walking the Archaeological Walk: Walking and Thinking in Archaeology

March 13, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info The movement of walking is itself a way of knowing’ – Ingold and Vergunst 2016: 5 Much of archaeological practice takes place on the move. We fieldwalk and survey on the […]

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The Past in the Past: Investigating the Significance of the Deposition of Earlier Objects in Later Contexts

March 11, 2020

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This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info Prehistoric and later societies’ perception of the past has received increasing attention over recent years. One practice that has received relatively little attention, however, is the association of already ‘old’ objects […]

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