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For the past 20 years and more, graduate students in archaeology have been caught in the middle of a low-tech-high-tech war. One of the persistent issues we encounter in the course of a curriculum is that we are taught what … Continue reading
See you when classes resume Wednesday, January 18, 2017!
This summer we finished fieldwork at Garcon Point, east of Pensacola, and uncovered not only remains of Yamasee Mission San Antonio de Punta Rasa (1749-1761) but also material from Pensacola’s Late Archaic (1000 BC or earlier, up to 3000 BC), … Continue reading
Building The Brafferton Exhibit at the Muscarelle Museum Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday-Sunday Noon-4 Homecoming Reception The Department of Anthropology would like to invite all of the friends of the department — current students, alums, future students — to our Homecoming … Continue reading
Welcome back to the school year, everyone! While many folks have been off in exotic climes, I’ve been excavating a mere ten blocks from my apartment in Richmond, at Chimborazo Park. I was lucky enough this summer to be the … Continue reading
What is Day of Archaeology? Well archaeologists from all over the world post about their research, fieldwork, and experiences to create awareness and community. Here is our post, in video montage form, of course. Day of Archaeology 18th Century Yamasee … Continue reading
In this episode of Oddcast: Students of Humanity, we dig into the past with 5th year doctoral candidate Patrick Johnson about his archaeological and historical work on 18th century Yamasee Indians. He reveals his secrets for discovering an archaeological site, … Continue reading
As opportunities unfolded, I ended up specializing in 19th century imported Britishwares at Illinois State University under the mentorship of Dr. Kathryn Sampeck, Dr. Elizabeth Scott, and Dr. Jim Skibo. Due to my cursory experience with high school and college-level … Continue reading
I guest-posted at the Junto: A Group Blog on Early American History about working in Mexico’s National Archive and some other under-utilized archives for colonial Spanish documents. If you’re interested in archives, do also check out Casey Schmitt’s post about … Continue reading
Anthropology Diploma Ceremony Sunday May 15, 2016 1:30pm Jefferson Statue *rain site-Washington 201* Anthropology Graduate Reception Sunday May 15, 2016 3:00pm Washington Hall 101