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Archaeology Grand Challenges and WWI Knitting

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 personal identity challenges to funding, finances, and archaeology and games. If you like to read about archaeology, go check out these blogs – you might find something to put on your reading list!

If you’re more interested in knitting, there’s a project called “Centenary Stitches” focussing on the knitting done at home for WWI soldiers. The project has also resulted in an exhibition currently being shown at the National Archives in Kew, Surrey (ending March 19).

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