New Blog Post on SHA Blog

March 28, 2012 in publications

Dr. Jamie Brandon gives a public lecture about the 2011 Arkansas Archeological Society Summer Training Program to an audience in El Dorado, AR.

My blog post “Making Historical Archaeology Visible: Community Outreach and Education ” can be read on both The Society for Historical Archaeology Blog (Current Topics section) and my own blog, Farther Along…The post tackles some of my frustration with the fact that our discipline talks about public archaeology, but does not take it seriously (it also talks about the use of social media and TV shows)…My post appeared March 22, 2012. My colleague John Roby responded on his own Digs & Docs blog with an interesting post built on my SHA Blog post.

The Society for Historical Archaeology Blog is the hub for SHA Social, the organization’s social media outlet. At this site, both members and non-members are welcome to read, share, and discuss topics posted by the SHA leadership, committees, and membership. These posts will reflect a wide-range of topics, including updates about new journal issues, conference planning, new archaeological resources in public education and technology, and pieces by SHA members about their current research and interests.

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