Monthly Archives: September 2014

Vignettes

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
(Apologies in advance for the stream-of-consciousness that follows.  Thoughts are flowing thanks to a project I’m working on.) Many of us, as historians of archaeology, have various points of interest but we usually tend to…

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Conference Season

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
It’s autumn!  Well, it’s turning autumn here in the middle of the Midwestern US tomorrow, supposedly.  That means: cooler weather, leaves changing, wearing jackets, and fewer bugs.  It also means conference time is quickly approaching…

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Review of Brian Fagan’s _The Rape of the Nile_ (2004)

Originally posted on HARN Weblog:
Brian Fagan, The Rape of the Nile: Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt. Revised and updated edition. Cambridge, Mass.: Westview Press, 2004. (Author’s note: I know this book is 10 years old.  I needed…

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A bit of a hiatus…

I took a short break just after coming back from my long break, but I’m back. And I’ll be doing much more regular posting now. We had a brand new baby in June, so he’s been taking most of my … Continue reading

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