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Tag Archives: Bronze Age
SAA 2018 – Washington D.C.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, I’ve just returned to Cambridge from a recent bout of travel, this time to Washington DC for the Society for American Archaeology meetings. This was an unusual conference for me. I’m slowly transitioning … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Conferences, MARBAL Tagged academia, bioarchaeology, Bronze Age, conferences, MARBAL, Romania, Society for American Archaeology, Washington D.C. 3 Comments
MARBAL Outreach at Cambridge Festival of Ideas
Originally posted on MARBAL:
Last week I participated in a public outreach session titled “Unravelling the Stories of the Dead: Rethinking Truth and Evidence Through an Archaeologist’s Lens“, which took place at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. I presented with…
Posted in Cambridge, MARBAL, Outreach Tagged archaeology, bioarchaeology, Bronze Age, Cambridge, Festival of Ideas, MARBAL, outreach, Romania 2 Comments
New Blog: Mortuary Archaeology of the Râmeț Bronze Age Landscape
In my last post, I promised an update regarding my latest bioarchaeological endeavours. The twist is that the update won’t come on this blog. As you may recall, I spent about ten days in October gallivanting about the Apuseni mountains, with … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Blogging, MARBAL Tagged anthropology, archaeology, bioarchaeology, Blog, Bronze Age, Human Osteology, MARBAL, Prehistory, Research, Romania, Travel 1 Comment
Archaeological fieldwork in Romania
In mid-October I had one of those hellish trans-Atlantic journeys that are the stuff of nightmares. I left for the Pittsburgh airport at 230 am, flew to Chicago, spent 9 hours in O’Hare, flew to Dublin, booked it through the … Continue reading
Posted in Archaeology, Fieldwork, Travel Tagged Apuseni mountains, archaeology, bioarchaeology, Bronze Age, Fieldwork, Romania, Transylvania 5 Comments