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Interviews from the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference - Ep161

Host Bill Auchter went to the 2019 MAAC and he brought his microphone! Listen to some great interviews from a diverse crowd and learn all about the people and the archaeology of the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet

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2019 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference - CRMArch 155

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The Society for Historical Archaeology conference was held in St. Charles, Missouri this year (2019) and despite the 15 inches of snow, the government shutdown, and a fire in the terminal at St. Louis International, the conference went pretty well! Bill White and Chris Webster sit down with two women that started a Facebook group to be a safe place for people that are victims of the #metoo phenomenon and the talk to each other about other things they saw at the conference.

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The Future of Conference Posters - ArchaeoTech 80

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Posters at conferences haven't changed much over the last few decades...or ever, really. The poster is designed so the researcher can convey information to passersby and answer any questions they may have. That's a pretty easy thing to do in very different ways. On today's show Paul and Chris discuss various ways conferences can spice up the poster room and offer different types of interaction. 

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Recording Archaeology - CRMArch 137

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Other industries around the world record, either audio or video, presentations from conferences and at least make them available to their members or to those that bought a "virtual ticket". Archaeology is notably behind the curve on this but through the efforts of Doug Rocks-Macqueen and others we're getting there. On today's show we discuss the challenges and ethics behind recording and making available conference presentations.

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Recordings from the Society for California Archaeology 2018 Annual Meeting - CRMArch 133

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On today's episode we play some recordings from the 2018 Society for California Archaeology Meetings in San Diego, CA in March. It's a hodge-podge of stuff but I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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SHA Takeaways - WIA 43

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Several of us recently attended the Society for Historical Archaeology 2018 meeting in New Orleans. In this episode we'll talk about some of the great sessions we attended, tips and tricks for successfully networking, and some suggestions for being better conference presenters and attendees.

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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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Attending an Archaeological Conference - TAS 33

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Where DO archaeologists present there work? Conferences. Often, prior to an article publication, book, or other format an idea or research is presented at a professional conference. Sometimes, this is the ONLY place a site is talked about. How can you go to a conference? Do you need to be an archaeologist? Once you're there, how do you dress and act? All this and more on today's episode.

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Public Archaeology Twitter Conference - Arch365 317

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Today episode is a chat with public Archaeologist Dr. Lorna Richardson of umea university about the Public Archaeology Twitter Conference scheduled for 17th November 2017. Setting itself apart from standard academic conferences, #PATC is open to all and comments and questions are welcomed through the public platform. Speakers tweet their paper in around 15 tweets and the conference lasts from early morning to late evening. There are key notes held on the 16th November 2017 as well as a twitter wine reception for people to mingle on the hashtag.

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WIA at TAG - WIA 28

The Women of Archaeology went to the TAG conference in Toronto this year and had a great conversation about theory. Check it out!

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Archaeology of Telecommunications - CRMArch 108

Chris Sims sits down with Bill Auchter at SAA2017 to talk about telecommunications archaeology. Auchter is putting out a call for papers to join a session on telecommunications archaeology at SAA2018. Listen to this episode for his 30,000-foot perspective on a potentially dying industry, and contribute to the discourse on this often-diminished area of the CRM industry.

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Live from GBAC2016 - CRMArch 96

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Today's show is a live recording from the 35th Great Basin Anthropological Confernce held in early October in Reno, Nevada. From the podcast we have Chris Sims, Sonia Hutmacher, Bill White, and Chris Webster. We have a special guest as well - Michael Ashley from Codifi. We talk about our experiences at the conference and about diversity and racism as they relate to Bill's project and a number of other topics.

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  • Great Basin Conference Website
  • River Street Project

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0032 - Pecos 2016 - The Pecos Experience

The Pecos Conference, created in 1927, is an outdoor extravaganza of presentations and posters highlighting current research in southwestern archaeology. Archaeologists descend on the chosen location for the year, camping together, sharing research and stories, and carousing for a couple of days. This year the Pecos Conference took place in Alpine, AZ, hosted by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

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Conference Host: Emily Long - TrowelTalesPodcast@gmail.com

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Conferences and How to Navigate Them - WIA 3

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He's Not Dead, he was only Busy - Anarchaeologist - Episode 34

Guess who’s back with a brand new track, Tristan opens his first line of attack; pointing out his inability to hold to his own schedule. In this episode the Anarchaeologists meanders through the last few months including talking about the Hidden Heritage Conference in Dorchester and the CIfA conference in Leicester, mentioning people he’s met and things he has picked up. Sorry about the delay in releases, I will catch up very quickly, there is a lot of people on my pod list right now.

 

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Scarf http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/

ADS http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/

Internet Archaeology http://intarch.ac.uk/

 

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The 2016 SHAs - CRMArch Ep 78

On this episode Bill and Ashley talk about what the saw and learned at the 2016 Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Meeting held in January in Washington D.C. The second segment is an interview segment that Bill recorded at the meetings.

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ArchaeoTech Live from #SAA2015 - ArchaeoTech-10

Today we have something COMPLETELY different! During the 2015 SAA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, Russell Alleen-Willems called Chris Webster on his iPhone on a Google Hangout. Chris walked around the exhibit hall and interviewed a few vendors, and, gave some of his thoughts so far. 

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SAA2015 Interviews - CRMArch Ep58

The 2015, 80th Annual Society for American Archaeology meetings were held in San Francisco from April 15 through April 19. It was an amazing show and was the most well-attended show in history with over 5000 people signed up! I walked around and recorded a few interviews while I was there. I'm also including the audio from my session on Blogging Archaeology. Enjoy.

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Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Discussion - Episode 49.1

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This is a special presentation of recordings made by Doug Rocks-MacQueen.

On December 9th, 2014 The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) was launched:

 http://www.archaeologists.net/news/141210-step-forward-profession-cifa-launch-and-agm

A plenary session was held involving several talks by archaeologists which can be viewed here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKfj97ogpOQ 

After these talks the floor was opened up to discussion and this is the audio of that conversation.

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