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Effective Conference Presentations and Networking
Note: Shocking as this was to discover, today marks the sixth birthday of the Bone Broke blog. My first post, “OsteoMenagerie I: The Navicular“, went up on May 2, 2013. It is tempting to open this post with a snarky … Continue reading
Posted in Anthropology, Conferences, Grad School Tagged anthropology, conferences, networking, professional development Leave a comment
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
AAA 2017 – Washington D.C.
I moved to the UK at the beginning of October, so it no doubt seems strange that I scheduled a trip abroad less than two months later. However, the quick turnaround was for a worthwhile anthropological cause: in late November … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, Travel Tagged #AmAnth17, AAA, anthropology, conferences, Washington D.C. 1 Comment
AAPAs 2016 – Atlanta
[TL;DR version of post: I’m presenting a poster on some of my collaborative Iberian research at the AAPAs tomorrow. Session 31 (Skeletal Biology: Bioarchaeology), docket 19, Atrium Ballroom A/B. I’ll be there from 4:00-4:45 – come say hi!] Another day, … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Conferences Tagged #AAPA2016, AAPA, Atlanta, bioarchaeology, conferences, Iberia, posters 1 Comment
SAAs 2016 – Orlando
Yesterday morning I got up early and blearily watched sheets of pouring rain turn into pellets of hail, steeling myself to make the ten-minute trudge to the bus stop. Burdened with heavy bags and swathed in a flattering Ikea rain poncho, … Continue reading
Posted in Archaeology, Conferences, Travel Tagged archaeology, conferences, hail, Orlando, SAA meetings, Talks 1 Comment
SAA 2015: Reconstructing Iberian Copper Age Mortuary Practices
During my recent trip to San Francisco for the Society for American Archaeology meetings, I was co-author on a poster detailing new research on the Bioarchaeology of Looting. While I devoted the remainder of my trip to sampling as much regional cuisine as possible … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Conferences, Travel Tagged archaeology, bioarchaeology, conferences, dogs, It's-It, presentations, San Francisco, tacos 1 Comment
AAPAs 2015 – St. Louis
After a whirlwind trip to Madison, I’ve landed in St. Louis for the American Association of Physical Anthropologists’ meetings. If you’re interested in visiting my poster, I’ll be presenting it at the conference tomorrow: Date: Thursday, 26 March 2015 Session: … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Conferences Tagged #AAPA2015, bioarchaeology, conferences, St. Louis 6 Comments