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You Can Do it - Episode 43 - Anarchaeologist

Today’s episode trials a new format of the Anarchaeologist podcast, now on a monthly release schedule (adhering to anything wouldn't be very anarchistic would it?).  Tristan talks about getting involved with projects and taking part in the world, and more importantly why everyone should feel at least they have some chance to do something worthwhile. A special recording is provided by Dr. Chloe Duckworth a.k.a. ArchaeoDuck. And for the first time on the network we hear from the 5YR Leader and his opinions on archaeology.

 

Links:

Archaeoduck – YoutubeTweeter

Anarchaeologist – Tweeter

 

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We Will Be the Decay - Episode 41

Today's episode is an attempt to take on the #Archmanifesto "The Archaeologist's Manifesto" - a political slice of archaeology. In this episode, Tristan talks the new Stonehenge tunnel, why the past is important and why the discussion about what we support in history through the allocation of resources. Shout out to Evelyn on twitter who answered the hashtag #archmedia (@dingledodie77) 

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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.

 

Links

Scarf http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/

ADS http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/

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

 

Social Media

@Anarchaeologist Twitter/IG

Talllankyteapot SnapCha 

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Enabled Archaeology – Theresa O’Mahony – Episode 33

Today’s episode takes a look at the unknown world of archaeology as experienced by people with disabilities and some of the barriers they face when it comes to working and learning in the archaeological and historical sector. I speak with Theresa O’Mahony of Enabled Archaeology, a post-graduate student at University College London, who has used her own experiences to motivate herself to research how those with disabilities are treated. In this episode she discuss some of her preliminary findings and shares some sad and shocking stories she has heard from those she has interviewed for her research. Theresa is looking to set up a foundation to support those she calls Enabled Archaeologists, this term applying to both disabled/enabled and able-bodied people.

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QUB a Dub Dub - Belfast University Archaeologists

You could say I am in my element with this weeks show; part one of 2 of the wonderful conversations that I had with the wonderful people from Queen's University Belfast Geography Archaeology Paleoecology Group. 

 

Links
 

https://twitter.com/justrena

https://twitter.com/GAPQUB

@Anarchaeologist

 

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Episode 24 : Robert "The M stands for Mischevious" Chapple

Hello Everyone and welcome back to the Anarchaeologist podcast! It's been a while but we are coming back swinging with an absolute belter of an episode. Today I am speaking to the wonderful Robert M Chapple - a man infamous (they say) because of a Crannog in Ireland and a 'recovering archaeologist'. Adding to this we bring up having a reputation in archaeology (undeserved or otherwise) and how to survive outside the world of archaeology. 

This has a lot of accent in it. 

Remember to follow me @Anarchaeologist and @ArchPodNet on Twitter for updates and you'll definitely want to follow @RMChapple too  

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The Anarchaeologist Speaks - Cannibalism, Picts and Online Resources

Hello everyone, apologies for last week's no show - this week I'll bring an extra  special The Anarchaeologist Speaks - which it seems is becoming a more regular feature, especially for those who like me talking for around 15 minutes

Archaeotech Live
Stories:

Cannibalism in Gough's Cave - http://www.nhm.ac.uk/nature-online/life/human-origins/humans-in-britain/goughs-cave-cannibalism/index.html

Pictish Fort in North East Scotland - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-32325310

 Roman Burial Online resource - http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/romangl/

 

Twitter - Podcasts

@Davidmaier7 - Podcast without Borders

@StrangerCons - Stranger Conversations

@Musingsofashibe -  Musings Of a Shibe 

@wiretechgirl @AngelsFreak7 - Dark Angels Pretty Freaks

@liarcitypodcast _ liar City Podcast

@poddigest - Podcast Digest

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Episode 16 Electric Archaeology with Shawn Graham

Today's episode we enter the electric zone of archaeology with our guide Shawn Graham. Talking about his blog and how it has led through his identity as an academic starting off and how it got him the job he has now because of it.

We talk about Public archaeology and what it means and how we can deal with it.

 

And interestingly, how do archaeologists interact with each other?

 

Best summed up "There's no point in doing work for the audience of one"

 

 

 

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Episode 14: Experimental Vs Experiential

Today I sit down with the "Saturday Night Shaman" and owner of Ancient Crafts UK to shed light on the great debate of experimental Vs. experiential archaeology.

 

We talk through what goes into making stone axes and I quickly discover how much James likes knapping.

James recalls his time on history tv shows such as Time Team and others and explains that link to experiential archaeology.

 

 

Ancient Craft UK website

James' Twitter

Anarchaeologist Twitter

 

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Episode 12 : Time Team (UK)

Hello and welcome to a special episode of the Anarchaeologist podcast, today's show stars James Dilly, Kim Bidduph and Paul Carmichael. We are talking about Time team!

We talk about what time team is and our fond memories of it, James reveals his special connections to Time Team, and we look at the future of what an archaeological show can be like.

 

Paul gives us an insight into the world of broadcasting and what hurdles future shows may face; so if you are interested this episode is for you!

 

 

We also talk about the Time Team Campaign on Change.org run by time team fans,

 

"Mick Aston sadly passed away on 24th June 2013, He featured in 19 out of 20 Series of the popular programme Time Team.

We think it would be really nice and fitting to pay #Respect to the late Mick Aston via doing a Special 'One-Off' DIG in memory of him at a location Mick would have loved!

We know More4 are to air old episodes of Time Team in tribute of Mick on July 13th 2013, But us Time Team Fans would like to see a Special 'One Last Dig' for Mick.

Thank You,

Lee Brady"

 

 

Links

Twitter

James Dilley

Kim Buddulph 

Paul Carmichael

 

Facebook

Time Team Campaign 

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