— Kate (@precatlady) December 1, 2014
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. […]
Last evening after I finished uploading the latest version of my public archaeology bibliography, the cat made his daily protest by laying on top of my arms and the keyboard.
Most days, public archaeology is enriching, with its engagement of people who care about history and colleagues who are guided by a strong sense of purpose. But let’s be honest, public archaeology is also really frustrating. The same thing that makes it great makes it hard: people with a variety […]