Welcome to the Arch365 Podcast - 2018 Edition - Prepare for another year of awesome archaeology.
This is the final episode of 2017! It's been a long, difficult year but we did it! Thanks to all the people that helped make this happen. They're mentioned in the show. We're continuing this through 2018 with a new team of volunteers! Stay subscribed to get the new episodes. We're starting the numbering over at 1 with a numbering scheme of 18001. That's the year first, then, the episode number.
Thanks for listening and we'll see you in 2018 with more great archaeology daily bites!
Today's episode is Chapter 21 in a series based on Chris Webster's book the "Field Archaeologist's Survival Guide: Getting a Job and Working in Cultural Resource Management". Today, we cover Coming Back to Archaeology.
Thanks for 200 episodes and here's to keeping it going for 165 more!
Dr. Don Blakeslee (Wichita State University) joins Chris Sims at the APN booth during SAA2017 to talk about his work at Etzanoa, a site in Southern Kansas that's changing what we know about North American archaeology.
Chris Webster recounts a story from the field that highlights a day in the life of an archaeologist.
Phyllis Johnson, a PhD candidate at Vanderbilt University, talks about her research on micro-debitage and use-wear analysis on a Maya site in Guatemala.