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I gave you the background info in Part One. Now it's time for what I heard about Atlantis at the AGEAC talk.
I went to a talk about the mythical city of Atlantis and it was so much more than I expected. Here's a little background information you'll need before I discuss the talk itself.
Non-archaeologists are given access to larger, more public platforms to discuss archaeology than actual archaeologists are, and that's a problem.
I've just returned from the SAA conference in Washington D.C., and wanted to reflect on my experiences
How do bio/osteoarchaeologists, zooarchaeologists, and forensic anthropologists figure out how many individuals are in an assemblage?
Social media is a powerful tool that archaeologists should be using to combat harmful pseudoarchaeology.