Category Archives: Blogging Archaeology Carnival

It’s the start of February, and Doug has curated all the Blog Carnival entries for the Archaeology Grand Challenges. It’s 60+ posts from all over the world, and from a lot of different perspectives – from sex and gender over … Continue reading

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Doug is running a blogging archaeology carnival again – asking about the Grand Challenges of Archaeology, and I promised him an article. So here you go: these are the Grand Challenges to my archaeology. First, and biggest, challenge for me? … Continue reading

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Monday! Spring! My nose itches! There are links for you! First of all, Doug’s Blogging Archaeology Carnival has ended, and here is the final post. Secondly, the Canadian Conservation Institute has Notes and Publications downloadable on their server. The Notes … Continue reading

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“Next month is the SAA session on blogging so this will be the final question for #blogarch. Learning from my mistakes this will be an actual question this time. The last question is where are you/we going with blogging or … Continue reading

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February is always a short month, feeling even shorter due to all kinds of parties going on at our acquaintances – it’s a popular birthday month. This year’s February, though, feels like the shortest one ever to me, and I … Continue reading

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I’m still in the clutches of the current most urgent projects, wrapping up some prelim research and trying to figure out the necessary particulars (and, in some cases, waiting for responses). This is an interesting stage in any project, where … Continue reading

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Dear Doug, thank you so much for your January question. This was a welcome excuse to go waste a lot of time finally catch up on my blog statistics again. Though I confess that I am a slight bit confused … Continue reading

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