Monthly Archives: March 2015


Why I publicly identify as a feminist archaeologist

I use this blog and social media to discuss my archaeology career¬†in what I hope is a¬†thoughtful, accessible way. On each of my profiles, I label myself a feminist. I am often reminded that being identifiable online can complicate¬†future job searches, but¬†lately I’ve been wondering¬†if¬†my feminist identification¬†will do the same. […]


Field Hair

This week I’m completing the¬†syllabus for the archaeological field school I am teaching starting in May, and it’s got me thinking about field attire. About a year ago, I participated in a women’s issues series on the CRM archaeology podcast where we discussed attire, behavior, and all sorts of things. […]


Loading a tablet for archaeology fieldwork

As you might know from my presence on Twitter and moderating Facebook presences¬†for the SAA Public Archaeology Interest Group, World Archaeological Congress Student Committee, Community Archaeology Program, and Binghamton University Archaeological Field School, I am no stranger to using¬†mobile devices¬†to promote archaeology. My phone has been my best friend in […]