Monthly Archives: April 2015

Where is Community-based Archaeology 1

Part of my dissertation project involves building a database of community-based archaeology products, anything which resulted from a project where restructuring power relationships in the research encounter was a goal.┬áI started with a database of broader public archaeology references and am now combing systematically through┬ápublications, conference proceedings, and┬áthe like for […]

Social media at conferences: Beyond live-tweeting

As the activities of this year’s Social Media Task Group (a focus group within the Public Archaeology Interest Group of the Society for American Archaeology – a mouthful, I know!) wrap up, I have been sharing some of the fruits of our labor, such as this┬áSocial Media Guide to the […]