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2015 Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee Conference

November 30, 2015


A few weeks ago I was able to film the Tayside and Fife Archaeological Committee Conference, but we shorten it to TaFAC. There are some great videos to watch (if you are reading this via email or RSS feed you may need to visit the page to see the videos:           […]

I Need Your Help

November 29, 2015


Dear Readers, On Friday, I launched a crowdfunding campaign to support a project to film the TAG conference. The campaign is a bit tongue and cheek but the results are serious. If you have been following my posts for the last few months you would have seen lots of conference videos. While most of the […]

Wetland Settlement: Understanding the motivation behind living out on the water

November 26, 2015


Here is another videoed session from EAA. This one deals with some really interesting wetland archaeology. If you are reading this via email alert or rss you might have to click the urls or visit this page. More videos at Dr.Anne Crone, AOC Archaeology Group. Prof.Aidan O’Sullivan, University College Dublin School of Archaeology. Dr.Graeme […]

Critical mass: working together for a better archaeology

November 24, 2015


Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Council for British Archaeology held a joint conference in October called Critical Mass: working together for a better archaeology. It aimed to ‘…bring together practitioners, volunteers and organisations to think about how we can all work together for a better archaeology. Combining inspirational talks with workshop discussions covering a […]

Are we Archaeologists or are we Social Workers?

November 19, 2015


Hi All, I am running a session at this year’s CIfA conference. If any of you are interested in submitting a paper the deadline is November 23rd (abstracts emailed to session organizers). More info on all the call for papers can be found here- And if you are interested in submitting a paper to […]

Climate Change and Heritage Management: Measuring and Monitoring the Impacts of Future Climate and Environmental Change on the Historic Environment and Cultural Resources

November 3, 2015


Tired of conference videos yet? I hope not because this was a very interesting session at EAA about climate change and cultural resources (If you are reading this through an RSS feed reader or email notification you may not see the videos and will have to view them on the page, sorry about that)- Session […]

Equity (Issues) for All, Historical Archaeology as a Profession in the 21st Century

October 29, 2015


When I was at the SHA’s in January I was privilege enough to be at a roundtable organized by Ashley Morton, M.A., RPA (Fort Walla Walla Museum, Archaeology Program Manager) and Lewis Jones, M.A. (Indiana University, PhD Candidate) on issues in Archaeology. It is a session they have run three times now (I am 2 […]