This is Part IV. Here are Part I, Part II, Part III. This post brings me back to the reason I started writing this series, initially inspired by Disclosing Disability: […]
At the very back end of last year I presented at the Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference in Manchester. I submitted an abstract to the ‘Inclusivity and Pedagogy’ session, which […]
I wish you the happiest winter festival of your choosing, my friends.
This is Part III. Here are Part I and Part II. This was the first year that I had to include spare batteries in my excavation kit. I spent the […]
This is Part II. Part I is here. [This post is quite long. If you want to skip the personal waffle and go straight to my recommendations for how you […]
It was around this time, three years ago that I began to notice things were not quite right. I had begun my PhD a month before and initially I put […]
Future archaeologists – at the current rate of craft this could be either 2215 or 2015.
Inspired by the recent discovery of some of the world’s oldest cave paintings.
AKA: Moles are Adorable Assholes