Islam, ISIS, and Black Market Artifacts with Nathan French - ArchyFantasies 76

Today we talk with Nathan French from the University of Miami, Ohio. Nathan talks with us about Islam and the destruction of archaeological sites and artifacts in Isis controlled areas. We also talk about artifacts funneled into the black market by Isis and fleeing refugees.

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Kids and Archaeology - WIA 27

On this episode, the hosts talked about the logistics of having kids as an archaeologist. They discuss the ups and downs, the necessary planning, and provide advice for future archy parents.

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Ancient America - Dinwoody Lake Petroglyphs - Arch365 175

On today's episode Kenneth Feder continues the series based on his most recent book, "Ancient America: 50 Archaeological Sites You Should See For Yourself", with Dinwoody Lake Petroglyphs.

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Archaeology in the Community with Alex Jones - GDAH 28

Dr. Alex Jones, founder and director of Archaeology in the Community, joins the show to talk about her work in the very public-facing nonprofit organization. Learn what makes AITC a model for how public archaeology should be done.

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It's All About Context - CRMArch 113

Today on the podcast Richie Cruz, Stephen Wagner, and Chris Webster discuss a blog post that Chris wrote over four years about about collecting "arrowheads" and why you shouldn't do it. We talk about the importance of context and give some ways for you, as an archaeologist, to talk about your fiends and family about collecting.

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International Indigenous Archaeology, NAGPRA, and the Northern Plains - Heritage Voices 6

Today’s episode features Emily Van Alst, Sihasapa Lakota descent, talking about indigenous and community based archaeology in Japan, Peru, Spain, and Alaska. She also talks about NAGPRA from museum, international, and indigenous perspectives. Finally we talk about how archaeology can be used to benefit indigenous communities and vice versa. Emily specifically discusses zooarchaeology and rock art as areas that are fruitful for indigenous archaeology, especially in the work she would like to pursue in the Northern Plains in her upcoming PhD program at Indiana University where she will be working with Learning NAGPRA.

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Great Basin Prehistoric Sandals with Geoff Smith - TAS 18

On today's show we talk to Dr. Geoff Smith of the University of Nevada, Reno about a paper he co-authored in a recent issue of American Antiquity. It's all about dating sandals from a famous cave in northern Nevada, Last Supper Cave, and what they can tell us about the last 11,000 years of history and occupation in that area.

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Headphones, In the Field? - ArchaeoTech 55

On today's episode we talk about whether you should wear headphones in the field. And, if you do, what you should wear! We even include a few gear reviews for you, including the Apple AirPods - quite possibly the best field headphones (Webster's opinion). As always, ask your company's representative about their headphone policy before you decide to use them.

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