Exploring the Edge of Salado Photo Blog pt. 3

Another blog is up from me on Archaeology Southwest’s page. This is really a compilation of many of the social networking posts that I put up during the two and a half months of my dissertation fieldwork. It’s prepping for the final blog post that will be up in a week or so.  Check it out here. Enjoy!

Exploring the Edge of Salado photo blog

A new blog is up from me on Archaeology Southwest’s page. This one is a photo blog and relates to a portion of the beginning preparations for my two month long fieldwork as well as the first couple of weeks of work. I’m primarily working with knowledgeable unit supervisors and a changing group of volunteers with varying level of archaeological knowledge and skills each time I’m out in the field so it can be a hectic but very fulfilling experience. So far everyone’s enthusiasm has been pretty wonderful. Check it out here. Enjoy!

Tanque Verde Brown and the Temper of Sand

Another blog post from yours truly, through Archaeology Southwest. It’s a little something for all of you lovers of Indiana Jones, archaeology, and prehistoric pottery. Check it out and share if you enjoy it. Next up will be a blog post on running, anthropology, and archaeology. Stay tuned!

 

http://www.archaeologysouthwest.org/2014/01/07/tanque-verde-brown-and-the-temper-of-sand/

The Archaeologists’ Gaze

Another blog is up. I’m still linking in through the Archaeology Southwest website and I will probably be doing so for the foreseeable future.

This new blog is all about how, at some level, we all view the world the way archaeologists do.

Please read and feel free to share! It’s pretty short, won’t take more than a few minutes to read and should be of interest to most of you. At least I hope it will . . . <crickets chirping>

http://www.archaeologysouthwest.org/2013/10/23/the-archaeologists-gaze/