Category Archives: archaeology

Being Better Gatekeepers of the Knowledge Bank

Originally Posted on Day of Archaeology Blog: http://www.dayofarchaeology.com/being-better-gatekeepers-of-the-knowledge-bank/ This summer was my first not in the field in over a decade (I know an apt time to write a day of archaeology post but it is the first time my brain … Continue reading

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Future Shock

With the winter break and my schools service projects I have had some time to read and reflect on a lot of different topics in my life. And there has been a lot to think about: a new Administration entering … Continue reading

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Archaeology or Ecology: The need of Archaeology in High School

The chance to sit and write is a challenge being a teacher, it usually only happens during the breaks or when I am traveling. Hence this post right after the Annual Meeting of AIA/SCS. This however has been an idea … Continue reading

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The Cost of Being Outside

School is on Thanksgiving break which means that I now have time to do some of my own  archeological work. For the last few months I have been meaning to put this event into words here but then the school … Continue reading

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Creativity

I was beating myself up this summer for not writing more on this blog. I just couldn’t bring myself to do it even when I wasn’t dead on my feet (which actually was a lot of the time). Towards the … Continue reading

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A Summer of Loss

Sorry for so long a hiatus on the blog posts, usually it only lasts for as long as the high school students are here but circumstances beyond my control took hold of my summer. Here we are at the end … Continue reading

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Space and Place- Albinian Style

This weekend was a more laid back one for me. After so many summers of traveling, you get tired of always being on the go and with my students coming later this week, I know I will be on the … Continue reading

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