Here are some of the results from my 2018 survey on Canadian beliefs and social media use!
I was nominated for a Sunshine Bloggers Award! So now I'm paying it forward
If you've never presented at a conference before, I've got some advice to help make the process easier to navigate!
Fill out my survey and help me examine the connections between pseudoarchaeology and social media use in Canada!
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.