Monthly Archives: April 2013

Angry about TV archaeology

I’m angry. I was looking forward to a documentary on BBC4 about archaeological discoveries in Jerusalem that challenge accepted interpretations of the Jewish exodus from Israel. Now I see the BBC have pulled the programme and replaced it with a … Continue reading

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IfA conference again

Highlight of the conference today, a paper by John Schofield on assessing the personality of archaeologists and the to find feeling rather than thinking personality traits when engaging with the public. Possibly the first time Myers-Briggs has been mentioned at … Continue reading

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IfA conference

At the IfA conference in Birmingham. Some good papers. Highlight so far for me was a paper on the MORTARIA project on doing archaeology with offenders in prison by Caroline Pudney. Superb. Other highlight is more of Birmingham and being … Continue reading

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Day of Archaeology 2103

Supporting Lorna Richardson’s wonderful Day of Archaeology this year. Call for participants for 2013: Have you ever wondered what other archaeologists really get up to? The Day of Archaeology project aims to provide a window into the daily lives of … Continue reading

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