The beginning of an archaeogaming examination of the video game Sagebrush (2018)
It's nearing the end of July and the COVID-19 global pandemic continues, including here in British Columbia where I live. Because of this, many conferences have pivoted to being hosted through online venues if they haven't decided to cancel or postpone their events. One of these was the British Columbia Heritage Fair, which hosted their [...]
If you like wine and you like learning about pseudoarchaeology, than you should definitely visit this pyramid in British Columbia.
The 53rd Annual CAA conference is looking for session, and I'm proposing a session on archaeology and popular culture. Come join me!
Here's my latest review of Blood and Treasure, focused on episodes 3 and 4!
The new TV show Blood and Treasure recently debuted. Here's my review of the first two episodes.
The 2019 SAA conference had some great moments, and some awful moments. These were my experiences at the conference.
Here are some of the results from my 2018 survey on Canadian beliefs and social media use!
Unfortunately, Legends of the Lost failed to find its way.
In October I gave a public lecture in Ottawa about the importance of archaeological communication. You can see the talk on YouTube or listen to it in a podcast, the links to which you'll find here!