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Field Trip to Ampoița
I have been absent from the blog for several months because I’ve been working with my friend and collaborator Colin Quinn to prepare our first season of excavation in Alba County, Romania as part of the ongoing Mortuary Archaeology of the Râmeț Bronze … Continue reading
Posted in Archaeology, Fieldwork, Travel Tagged Alba Iulia, anthropology, archaeology, Fieldwork, Horizon 2020, Mama Luța, MARBAL, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, MSCA-EF, Romania, Romanian Food 1 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
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