Posts Tagged ‘archaeology’

A Day in the Life of an Urban Archaeologist

…one more day of sewage after 300 years of wanton effluence by the good people of Waterford, New York would make very little difference…

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When Your Field School Goes Into the Toilet

Two years ago, I attended my best friend’s wedding. I made the cake. When I got married a year earlier, she was my best man. Last Sunday, a bunch of people were going on and on about my cakes (I make about one every two years but they are very famous and frightfully expensive) and this reminded me of her and the amazing times we’ve had and toilets in Japan.

Let me explain.

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The Four Stone Hearth Anthropology Blog Carnival

Quiche Moraine is proud to present The Fourth Stone Hearth, a blog carnival that specializes in anthropology in the widest sense of that word: the study of humankind, throughout all times and places, focusing primarily on four lines of research: Archaeology, Sociocultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, and Linguistic Anthropology.

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