On today's episode, Chris and April are joined by APN co-founder Tristan Boyle to talk about his recent experiences in Italy and his revelations about archaeology. Archaeology and history are everywhere you look. Take a look around you and see - really see.
On today's show, we talk to Dr. Shara Bailey about what ancient teeth can tell us about human evolution and ultimately about ourselves. What is paleoanthropology? What can we learn from the shape of teeth and how they are worn? All this and more on this episode of the Archaeology Show.
On today's show, April and Chris interview Kaibab National Forest Service archaeologist Neil Weintraub. We talk about fire archaeology, vandalism in the forest, and public outreach.
- Working with Tribes
- Fire Related
- Kaibab National Forest
- Heritage Outreach Page
On today's show we talk with ArchaeoGaming pioneer and expert, Andrew Reinhard. We find out what archaeogaming is and why it's important to the public. It's not just about the ethics of archaeology as represented in games, but, the games themselves.
On today's show we talk to Dr. Geoff Smith of the University of Nevada, Reno about a paper he co-authored in a recent issue of American Antiquity. It's all about dating sandals from a famous cave in northern Nevada, Last Supper Cave, and what they can tell us about the last 11,000 years of history and occupation in that area.