Adulting - CRMArch 136

That's right - adulting (Stephen's favorite word!). On this show, we talk about setting up advance directives, disability insurance, life insurance, and some other things you really should be doing. We end the show with a few clips from the 2018 Society for American Archaeology conference in Washington, D.C.

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Archaeologists as Curators - Episode 135

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Chris and Bill attended the 2018 Northwest Anthropological Association conference in Boise, Idaho in March 2018. They talk about what they saw and what they learned. Also, Chris, Doug, and Bill talk about archaeologists as curators. What should we keep? What should we give to curation facilities? What should be digitally recorded and who should store it?

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Roll The Dice on Archaeology - Episode 134

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Stephen Wagner guest hosts this week's show and is joined by Doug Rocks-Macqueen and special guest Bill Auchter. Bill rolls the dice on a DnD-style random encounters table that Stephen has matched to topics in archaeology. They roll the dice for each new topic and come up with a great show. Here's what's discussed:

 - Dragon's Hoard: Curation
 - Sunset: The end of the road for projects and documents
 - Sequestered Monks: Published Materials
 - Geomancer: Spatial Data
 - The Gorgon: Permanence and your archaeological career

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Recordings from the Society for California Archaeology 2018 Annual Meeting - Episode 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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Typologies and Terminologies with John Whittaker - Episode 132

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Can a bunch of archaeologists agree on what are the five stages of a biface and what attributes are the most essential to record? Listen and find out.

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