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We're 2!!!! - WIA 48

Archaeology News and History From a Woman's Perspective

It's hard to believe that it has been two years since we started this podcast! We hope you enjoy our reminiscing over our favorite episodes and our hopes for the podcast in the future.

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Roll The Dice on Archaeology - CRMArch 134

Archaeology Careers and Jobs

Stephen Wagner guest hosts this week's show and is joined by Doug Rocks-Macqueen and special guest Bill Auchter. Bill rolls the dice on a DnD-style random encounters table that Stephen has matched to topics in archaeology. They roll the dice for each new topic and come up with a great show. Here's what's discussed:

 - Dragon's Hoard: Curation
 - Sunset: The end of the road for projects and documents
 - Sequestered Monks: Published Materials
 - Geomancer: Spatial Data
 - The Gorgon: Permanence and your archaeological career

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Pencils and Pixels article - ArchaeoTech 75

Archaeology and Technology

Today's episode starts with a brief discussion of the state of digital site recording technology and what the future holds. Then Chris and Paul discuss the article "Pencils and Pixels..." which discusses the coming transition from traditional archaeological field illustration to digital drawing methods and how they can be integrated into a born-digital future.  

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Typologies and Terminologies with John Whittaker - CRMarch 132

Archaeology Careers and Jobs

Can a bunch of archaeologists agree on what are the five stages of a biface and what attributes are the most essential to record? Listen and find out.

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Archaeology and Climate Change in Kiribati - WIA 44

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Climate change is impacting archaeological sites at an alarming rate, and more importantly, the lives of people around the globe. We're joined by Mike Roman to discuss how climate change is impacting Kiribati, the social impact of loosing heritage sites, and some suggestions for how people can get involved in combating climate change.

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Going Paperless in a Place With No Power - CRMarch 130

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Today Bill, Sonia, and Doug tell us how they've managed tech in the field without power. It can be tricky, but, you can do it. In the end, whatever you have to do is better than wasting time on paper.

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Tech on a budget - ArchaeoTech 72

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Want to get into the tech space and upgrade your office or fieldwork but either don't have the money or have a limited budget? This episode is for you. Tech doesn't have to be expensive and if you look around you can find high quality items for low prices.

There is also a bonus segment for members of the APN!

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SHA2018 and Sustainable Preservation with the Society of Black Archaeologists - CRMarch 129

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The 2018 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology took place in New Orleans at the beginning of January. Bill White was there and he brings on two coleagues, Dr. Ayana Flewellen and Dr. Justin Dunnavant. They talk about their takeaways from the conference. Bill, Ayana, and Justin also talk about their work in St. Croix over the winter and about working in an area deeply affected by hurricanes and a lack of people to do preservation work. However, they mention that people on the island are working in their own communities to preserve there history.

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A Decade in the Field - GDAH 26

It's field season for many archaeologists in the Northern Hemisphere, and this special season marks a decade in the field for Chris. Kathleen Paul (PhD candidate, Arizona State University) joins this episode for a look back on how our priorities and perspectives have changed a decade in.

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