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.
Do you want to try blogging but aren't sure where to start? I've got some advice for you!
Let's talk about the controversy surrounding the pharaoh Tutankhamun's DNA.
My take on CBC's disappointing documentary that gave support to an archaeologically rejected theory that's been adopted by white nationalists.