- Bone Broke Year in Review 2018
- Field Trip to Ampoița
- SAA 2018 – Washington D.C.
- Stable Isotope Analysis of Human Remains from Los Millares Cemetery (Almería, Spain, C. 3200-2200 Cal BC): Regional Comparisons and Dietary Variability
- Bioarchaeological Approaches to Social Organization at Marroquíes (Jaén, Spain)
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The past two weeks have been full of typical graduate school shenanigans, including: responding to negative feedback with a calm and professional demeanour; attempting to collect signatures from faculty without scheduling an appointment; critically unpacking my dental MNI calculation methods with my colleagues; and agreeing … Continue reading
It is only Monday and I’m already having one of those weeks where making any progress is a Sisyphean slog – none of my data meet test assumptions, I can’t figure out how to do my taxes, and I’ve thrown in the … Continue reading
As winter insidiously unfurls its carpet of waist-deep snow in Astana, the city greets the season by rolling out a vast array of holiday decorations. Lamp posts are adorned with wire-framed silhouettes of candles and ribbons, massive fake fir trees are erected … Continue reading
One of the reasons I was initially attracted to the discipline of archaeology is that it is a field that requires a great deal of cleverness. By cleverness I don’t mean wit or conversational prowess – take Lewis Binford, arguably one of the … Continue reading
Last week, I posted a guide to identifying and siding the parietal bones. If you read that post and learned some new techniques, or if you simply want to test your existing cranial fragment identification skills, then have I got a bone quiz for … Continue reading
To make sure your minds are sharp and your osteological skills are honed for the week ahead, I’m generously starting you off with a bone quiz. However, since it’s only Monday, I’ll be gentle and start you off easy (I’m … Continue reading