Category Archives: Women in Archaeology

ICYMI: Writing about Correspondence

I contributed another post to the HARN blog.  It was about 10 days ago, but I’d love your thoughts on how you use correspondence in your research. https://harngroup.wordpress.com/2016/08/19/the-immortality-of-letters/   Advertisements

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Part 3: The Paper and the #CVofFailures

Welcome to the 3rd (and shortest) installment of the serial release of my twice-rejected article.  When we last left our heroine, she had been told she was “overly dramatic” in her scholarship about James Henry Breasted’s 1919-1920 trip to Mesopotamia.  … Continue reading

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Emily Paterson, General Secretary of the Egypt Exploration Fund

After two very productive research trips this summer, taking place in numerous archives, totaling 5 weeks, 4 countries, 3 continents, 2 different nannies, and (hopefully will produce at least) 1 book, I finally have something to blog about!  There will … Continue reading

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