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#UMWHISP #Archaeology #Blog! Abigail Phelps discusses proper #artifact #photography methods. #UMW #UMWMade #archaeologylaboratory #materialculture
I had to teach Urban Design with text-to-speech today, because I’ve completely lost my voice. Luckily for me, my students came up with wonderful designs. #umwhisp @ University of Mary… https://t.co/H8PdgvquPp
Three recent #umwhisp @UMWAlumni who work in archaeology labs visited the HISP 462: Laboratory methods in #archaeology to discuss their jobs and give advice. Daphne (2018) works for @fairfaxparks, Reagan (2017) for Dovetail, and Elyse (2016) Ferry Farm. #proud #umw #umwmade2
#UMW #Archaeology #Blog! Lilly discusses the steps of laboratory work. #UMWHISP #UMWMade
#umw #umwhisp #archaeology #umwmade #researchdesign #laboratory #provenience
Archaeology Blog Post Alert! Shannon Bremer discusses research designs, where laboratory work fits into your project, and the importance of provenience.
Category Archives: Laboratory Happenings
On October 3rd, Nate Salzman, Education and Exhibit Specialist at the Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum’s Native Village in St. Leonard, MD., visited the University of Mary Washington campus to teach the Native American technologies of flint knapping, fire making, … Continue reading
Fall classes have started and I’m back in the Archaeology Lab learning and working with the artifacts that were recently excavated during Field School (see other blog posts by Joey Savino and myself for more about our experiences). Since returning, … Continue reading
In this series, Joey will be exploring his ideas, thoughts, feelings, and experiences in archaeology from the field to the lab, and ultimately to a final research project focused on the Sherwood Forest Plantation site. -LKM ______________________________________________________________ There’s something special … Continue reading
Hello World! Welcome to the UMW Archaeology Laboratory blog! We are so excited to revamp this website and tell you what we are up to! This summer has been a busy one of changes and transitions. Professor Doug Sanford retired … Continue reading