When I was a child, I eagerly awaited the seventh night before Christmas. On this night, right before I went to sleep, I would open the back door to our […]
There are many reasons to be a good archaeologist. The preservation of heritage sites is a noble endeavour, because it allows everyone (including everyone in the future) to access our […]
It has come to my attention recently that I don’t really blog all that much about my actual research. There are reasons for this, mostly because I didn’t think anyone […]
I purposely wrote a short(ish) story. You can read it here: Special Exhibition: A Short Story (Sunday Morning Museum Fiction) — Read the first, and third installments of museum fiction.
A quick primer for those of you too lazy to read my research section. I am currently studying new ways to identify episodes of mass mortality that occurred in the […]
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This month, we spoke to Alison Atkin, an osteoarchaeologist at the University of Sheffield. As part of her PhD, Alison is looking at ways of…
I inadvertently wrote a short (short) story. You can read it here: Out of Sight: A Short Story (Saturday Morning Museum Fiction) — Read the second, and third installments of […]