On this episode Emily Long talks about the importance of public archaeology education and outreach in the United States.
On today's site Kirsten Lopez talks with Loren Davis at the Northwest Anthropological Conference about the Cooper's Ferry Site.
On today's episode you'll learn all about the all shows feed on the APN. This is how you hear everything we put out in the order it happens. It's also a great way to discover new shows.
On today's show we'll learn about the fundamentals of a compass. It's a key tool for archaeologists and I think everyone should know at least how to use one in case of an emergency.
- Introduction to the Compass
- From PCS
On today's episode we focus on the life, work and legacy of Gertrude Caton Thompson, an early female archaeologist. This episode is based on articles by Liesel Gentelli and Alison Atkin on the Trowelblazers website, links to these below.
- http://trowelblazers.com/gertrude-caton-thompson/ - Gertrude's work at Great Zimbabwe
- http://trowelblazers.com/gertrude-caton-thompson-society-girl-suffragist-and-scientific-archaeologist/ - Gertrude's early life
- http://trowelblazers.com/gertrude-caton-thompson-2/ - Troweltoon by Gabe Moshenska about Caton Thompson
- Kim Biddulph
On today's episode we're going to learn about tin cans in the archaeological record. They're not just someone else's trash - they are important historical markers.
Today we'll learn that arrowheads are actually called projectile points - among other things.
On today's episode we learn about ground stone - an artifact found on many archaeological sites throughout the world.
On today's show we'll learn about the process an organism goes through from death to fossilization - known as taphonomy.
Caitlin Davis (Caldwell University) joins Chris Sims at the 82nd annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver to talk about her presentation on the synthesis of Maya and Mexican art in Mesoamerican codices.
On today's show we talk to Sean Adams of 3 Points in Space Media, a 3D imaging and drone aerial survey company. They've not only got the knowledge, but, they have the gear to take your project to the next level.
On today's show Chris Webster recaps the past 100 days on Arch365.
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Daniel Kwan, host of the Curiosity in Focus podcast, visits the APN booth at SAA2017 to tell us about his interesting and diverse work at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto with his Role Play program.
On today's episode we talk to Paleowest Archaeology about their experiences creating 3D and virtual reality rock art from Little Petroglyph Canyon in California. They gave a poster about the subject at the 2017 Society for American Archaeology Conference in Vancouver, Canada this year. Check out this links below.
Daniel Kwan, host of the Curiosity in Focus podcast, visits the APN booth at SAA2017 to tell us about his show and what it's done for him.
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.
Daniel Kwan, PhD candidate and host of the Curiosity in Focus Podcast, is studying the relationship between the early subsistence practices and pottery technology of the Shangshan culture (11,400 - 8,600 BP) in Zhejiang Province, China. He is a member of an international research team investigating the Shangshan and the origins of rice agriculture in the lower Yangtze Valley.
Sara, Ken, and Jeb talk about the Archaeological Fantasies podcast and why they do it. It's one of the most listened to podcasts on the APN and it's a great show as well.