Another blog is up from me on Archaeology Southwest’s page. This is another photo blog and relates to a portion of my two and a half month long fieldwork. Check it out here. Enjoy!
Blogging Archaeology, 3 Months at a Time.
because science doesn't give a fuck what you believe
Dr. Zoe Todd | Academic | Writer | Métis Feminist | Fish Philosopher
thoughts of an urban Métis scholar (and sometimes a Mouthy Michif, PhD)
Foodways researcher-Neotropical Archaeologist-Educator
Archaeology; materials, identities, landscape, equality and diversity
ΕΥΔΟΞΑ ΑΓΝΩΣΤΑ ΚΑΤΑΓΕΛΑΣΤΑ
An Indigenous Woman's Experience in Anthropology
thoughts, models, and ephemera
Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas
This WordPress.com site is the cat’s pajamas
an archaeology of landscapes, mindscapes, and playscapes
Exploring Alberta's Past
The emergence of metalwork deposition during the Bronze Age in Northwest Europe, c. 2300-1500 BC.
talks to imaginary anthropologists
A Year of Teaching Anthropology at an Elite High School
Andre Costopoulos, University of Alberta