Internet Archaeology with Judith Winters - Arch365 116

Judith Winters is the editor for the online journal Internet Archaeology (http://intarch.ac.uk/), she tells us a bit about the journal.

Internet Archaeology has been publishing on the web since 1996 and is the premier e-journal for archaeology. Internet Archaeology is an open access, independent, not-for-profit journal. It publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of electronic publication through the inclusion of video, audio, searchable data sets, full-colour images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is international in scope, a journal without borders, and all content is peer-reviewed. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and digitally archived by the Archaeology Data Service.

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It Gets Better - CRMArch 109

The crew answer listener emails, and respond to comments on recent episodes, as well as talk about how to get a job in CRM and what to expect from a day in the life of a CRMer.

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CIFA 2017 #PTAC and a better Way - Anarchaeologist - Episode 44

Tristan is talking nonsense again, from a hole smashed through the wall of a normal timely schedule comes another new format episode including your favourite clips of a fictional dystopia. Topics covered in this episode is politics, being at CIFA, future conferences and perhaps touching on a better way of communicating archaeology.

 

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Sessions recorded at CIFA2017

Thanks to Doug Rocks-MacQueen - @Openaccessarch

We strive to achieve standards – to be do better archaeology.

The “manel” and the CIFA response and E&D Group response

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Aerial Cam Limited - CiFA 2017 - Arch365 114

Today Tristan Boyle speaks to Adam Stanford of Aerial Cam. Aerial Cam are a Specialist Archaeological Photography service employing the latest techniques, equipment and software to produce high quality evidence photography and 3D visualization of heritage assets

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Announcement on Goblieki Tepe and Meteor Strike

This is a special response to the recent news stories and attention on a paper about Goblieke Tepe and a comet strike. You can find the Edinburgh University article and tepe Telegram responses below. This audio has been produced with thanks to Jens Notroff, a researcher at the ancient site. 

 

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Public Archaeology Education and Outreach - Arch365 112

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SAA Live Podcast Forum

APN presents the live podcast forum from the 82nd Annual Meeting of Society for American Archaeology. The APN hosts in attendance for the discussion included Michael Ashley, Jeb Card, Ken Feder, Kirsten Lopez, Chris Sims, Stephen Wagner, and Chris Webster. The audience also joins the panel for this first-of-its-kind session at the SAA.

The forum covered the growth of the APN, the variety of programs on the network, and the education and outreach paradigms developed through the medium of podcasting. Use the APN website's search tool from the main page to find other shows from "SAA2017" - roughly a dozen hours of programming were recorded from the exhibition hall!

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Photogrammetry w/ Michael Ashley & Tom Noble - ArchaeoTech 51

Michael Ashley and Tom Noble join the show to talk about photogrammetry. They discuss equipment, workflows, and limitations, as well as the way forward. Info on photogrammetry workshops are discussed in this show, and included in the show notes.

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Why We Matter - Trowel Tales 6

On this episode of Trowel Tales, we talk about and share stories on why archaeology and archaeologists matter in this day and age, especially with some major political challenges facing the field.

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Archaeological Comics - Prehistories 17

Show host Kim Biddulph talks to three archaeological comic writers and artists, John Swogger, Hannah Sackett and Katy Whitaker about their work and the current and potential uses of comics in archaeology. Comics are obviously a great way to engage children in archaeology, but can they be used beyond that?

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Protecting Marshall Island's Heritage in the Face of Climate Change - Heritage Voices 4.1

This episode is a follow up to the previous episode (episode 4) with Tina Stege about climate change in the Marshall Islands. This episode features both Tina Stege, Marshallese Anthropologist, and Jenny Newell, Collection Co-Manager at the Australian Museum, Sydney. The two talk about how museums can bring collections to life for associated communities, their collaborative ethnographic project looking at adaptions to climate change in the Marshall Islands, international repatriation vs. NAGPRA, as well as what role museums play related to climate change. We discuss questions such as “How can museums help preserve culture and help people adapt as homelands sink underwater?” and “what happens to sovereign governments as they no longer have a place to govern over”?

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Jessica Yaquinto
Email: jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org 
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Trowelblazer Gertrude Caton Thompson - Arch365 108

On today's episode we focus on the life, work and legacy of Gertrude Caton Thompson, an early female archaeologist. This episode is based on articles by Liesel Gentelli and Alison Atkin on the Trowelblazers website, links to these below.

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Climate Change and the Nuclear Legacy in the Marshall Islands - HV 4

This episode features Marshallese Anthropologist Kristina Stege talking about her community based research and advocacy related to climate change and the nuclear legacy in the Marshall Islands. She first discusses the Marshall Islands’ quest for recognition and assistance related to the U.S. testing of nuclear bombs on their islands post-WWII. Then we discuss climate change effects, advocacy, community based research, mitigation effects, and the representation of pacific islanders in larger narratives.

Make sure to check out the follow up episode focusing on the role of museums related to climate change, including how do you preserve and maintain culture when your homeland will soon be underwater and how do you make museum collections relevant for associated communities.

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Jessica Yaquinto
Email: jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org 
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Corn in Unusual Places - ArchyFantasies 71

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