The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) took place in Vancouver, Canada from March 29 – April 2, 2017. Each year the SAA hosts one of the largest gatherings of archaeologists in the world. In short, […]
As an archaeologist and blogger, I enjoy reading the work of fellow female archaeology bloggers. I wanted to share 5 blogs that I have followed for some time. I have limited this list to bloggers that have posted recently and […]
Amongst archaeologists, there are a number of ‘firsts’ we all remember. Our first archaeology course, our first fieldwork experience, our first ‘cool’ discovery. Recently, I had a memorable first – my first peer-reviewed publication. Interestingly, the publication is about a […]
During the month of July 2016 I tweeted (@travellingarch) over 60 grant opportunities relevant to archaeologists! If you missed #grantsforarchs, don’t worry! You can always check out the hashtag on Twitter or refer to this blog post, which lists all […]
It’s no secret that many archaeologists leave their homes and go off to conduct fieldwork for weeks, even months, at a time. This is typical for archaeology graduate students. Often we leave behind family, friends, partners, pets, plants, and a not-so-obvious […]
There are a number of fields that examine aspects of ancient plants. Sometimes the terminology gets a bit confusing so this short post will walk you through the background of some terms and what they actually mean.
Earlier this month I posted on Facebook and Instagram that I was giving a talk at the ‘Archaeology of the Night’ symposium at this year’s Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) in Orlando, Florida. One of my readers, […]