Digital Field Recording with Wildnote - ArchaeoTech 58

On today's show, Chris and guest host Richie Cruz talk to the creators of digital field recording software Wildnote. Kristen Hazard and Nancy Douglas tell us how they came up with Wildnote, what it can do, what it can help YOU do, and how much it costs. This is one more tool for your digital toolbox so listen up!

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Hobby Lobby and the Illegal Antiquities Trade with Donna Yates - ArchyFantasies 78

Today we talk with Dr. Donna Yates about the recent Hobby Lobby decision and the illegal antiquities trade. What was Hobby Lobby doing, how does this fit into looting and the antiquities trade, and what exactly is this new Museum of the Bible in DC thing?

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Earliest Settlements in Nevada - Arch365 207

This is part 4 in a 4 part series that covers exploration and early settlement in Nevada. The source document is from a historic context created for the Nevada State Historic Preservation office and is provided below.

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Emigration into Early Nevada - Arch365 204

This is part 3 in a 4 part series that covers exploration and early settlement in Nevada. The source document is from a historic context created for the Nevada State Historic Preservation office and is provided below.

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CRM and Mining - CRMArch 115

On today's show we have a special guest host and a special guest to talk about mining in the CRM industry. Richie Cruz is back to co-host and Jenny Hildebrand is here to tell us all about mining in archaeology. What do you need to know to work on mines in the west? What special equipment do you need? What will you find, and, what resources are out there to help you? All this and more on today's episode.

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'Gender' Artifacts - WIA 29

On this episodes, the hosts discuss why we view some artifacts as being intrinsically gendered. Specifically looking at why weapons are male and sewing impliments are female and how our modern biases affect our views of the past. 

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California State and Local Tribal Consultation Law - HV 7

Today’s episode features Michelle La Pena, an attorney, writer, mother, and former Pit River tribal councilwoman who advocated for and collaboratively developed some of California’s local and state tribal consultation laws. We talk about why these laws were designed the way they were, as well as what she would like to see in our federal cultural resources, tribal consultation, and environmental laws. Some specific aspects discussed include building trust in consultation, confidentiality, how a tribe is defined, burials, outreach, and the power of a tribe to affect an outcome. We also discuss the Dakota Access pipeline, specific challenges for tribes in California and the mission system, gaming and compacts, and the effect of the Trump administration on cultural resource management laws and practice.

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WIA at TAG - Episode 28

The Women of Archaeology went to the TAG conference in Toronto this year and had a great conversation about theory. Check it out!

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Forest Service Archaeologist Neil Weintraub - TAS 20

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.

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