Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Flying Archaeologist and The Human Adventure

As most of my blog posts have been, recently, this one is tangential to my research, but an interesting find I wanted to share.  You may remember from an earlier post, James Breasted’s home on University Avenue is derelict and … Continue reading

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Battlefield Recovery–Commodifying War

Over at Conflict Antiquities, my colleague Sam Hardy blogs about a lot of prescient issues to both archaeology and to war and society today.  His latest post is about a show on Channel 5 in Britain, called Battlefield Recovery.  There … Continue reading

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2015 Run-down, 2016 Goals

This may be a late year-end/year-start post, but I’ve finally outlined some goals so I wanted to put them in blog form.  As I get my dossier ready for year-end on campus I can actually see that 2015 was a … Continue reading

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