Greatest Archaeological Impacts of 2016 - Episode 6

On today's episode April and Chris talk about the most meaningful impacts to archaeology in 2016. It's not about the best finds or the greatest sites - it's about what had the most impact on story that we try to tell about the history of the planet. Below are some links that we talked about.

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Landscapes and Vikings in Sweden - Episode 5

On today's show we talk to Swedish archaeologist and blogger, Dr. Martin Rundkvist, about his work in Sweden. Dr. Rundkvist has some interesting work on landscape archaeology and has worked on a number of Viking sites.

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Interview with Carol Ellick - Episode 4

On today's show we talk to Carol Ellick about an article she wrote in the November 2016 edition of SAA Advances in Archaeological Practice about the cultural history of public education in archaeology. How far have we come, have we had an impact on public awareness, and where do we go from here?

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Interview with Bonnie Clark - Episode 3

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The Anthropologist Documentary - Episode 2

On today's show, April and Chris interview Seth Kramer (Director) and Dr. Susan Crate (the Anthropologist) about their 2015 documentary about climate change, "The Anthropologist". 

At the core of The Anthropologist are the parallel stories of two women: Margaret Mead, who popularized cultural anthropology in America; and Susie Crate, an environmental anthropologist currently studying the impact of climate change. Uniquely revealed from their daughters’ perspectives, Mead and Crate demonstrate a fascination with how societies are forced to negotiate the disruption of their traditional ways of life, whether through encounters with the outside world or the unprecedented change wrought by melting permafrost, receding glaciers and rising tides.
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