Best Archaeology Education podcasts — Know more about the world of archaeology (Updated November 2017; image)
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Indiana Jones: Myth, Reality and 21st Century Archaeology
 
This show targets an audience interested in archaeology. It explores myths surrounding this exotic, often misunderstood field and acquaints listeners with the contemporary practice of unearthing the human past. Themes range from Dr. Schuldenrein’s own “Indiana Jones”-like adventures in the land of the Bible to his team’s archaeological forensics effort to unearth Kurdish mass graves in Iraq. That undertaking helped convict Saddam Hussein in 2006. Topical issues contribute to the evolution vs ...
 
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Story Archaeology
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Story Archaeology combines the breadth of knowledge and skills of the storyteller with academic exploration of ancient texts. We focus on the Irish tradition, peeling back the layers of modern folklore to unearth the potsherds and treasuries of our heritage. On storyarchaeology.com, you will find regular podcasts and articles about Irish Mythology by the Story Archaeologists; Chris Thompson and Isolde Carmody.
 
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The Struggling Archaeologist's Guide to Getting Dirty
 
Ever want to know more about the world of archaeology AND have a good time learning it? This podcast explores what it's like to be a young professional in the field. There's also news and discussions on cool stuff going on at the other end of trowels all over the place. In the end, it's all about learning through life and laughter. And it's all brought to you by me, Jenny, a regular gal who really DIGS history... get it?
 
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Find shows from Cultural Resource Management Archaeology to technology to anarchy to whatever. We cover it all in this feed.
 
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The Archaeology Show
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The Archaeology Show is produced by the Archaeology Podcast Network. It's hosted by a contract archaeologist and an academic. We will interview people from around the world in a variety of topics. Enjoy the ride.
 
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Archaeology and Ale
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Archaeology lectures from the Red Deer pub in Sheffield, England and presented by Archaeology in the City of the University of Sheffield
 
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It's a prehistoric Native American site in Vermont that was first identified in 1972 and listed on the National Register in 1978. Winooski has a lot to say about the prehistoric past and right now there are more questions than answers. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winooski_Archeological_Site…
 
It's got a museum and a long history - it's the Bedford Village in Pennsylvania and it was part of the Monongahela culture. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bedford_Village_Archeological_Site
 
On this episode, Stephen tells us about the Chacmool conference that took place in Canada this Fall. That leads to a discussion about First Nations people and the lack of diversity in archaeology. Which leads to talk of college and a lack of diversity in collegiate studies. Much of that discussion is in the Bonus content on our member site. Lin ...…
 
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In 2016 Bears Ears was made a National Monument by President Obama. It has a long and extensive history and is important to a great many people. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bears_Ears_National_Monument
 
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On today’s episode, Regina Keʻalapuaonālaniwikimekeānuenue Hilo takes us from digging up treasure in her backyard to her current work as a Burial Sites Specialist for the State Historic Preservation Division. We discuss the resurgence of Hawaiian language and culture and how she integrates her roles as an archaeologist, a student, and a state e ...…
 
A well preserved Chinookan Village that's over 700 years old, Sunken Village is an archaeological site located in Oregon. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunken_Village_Archeological_Site
 
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Containing over 16,000 years of history, the Gault Site shows evidence of almost continuous human occupation. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gault_(archaeological_site)
 
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This Archaic Period site located in Oklahoma shows evidence of early Native Americans in that part of the region via high-quality stone artifacts. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumpkin_Creek_Sit
 
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Archaeologist and author Dr. Paul Bahn joins us on this episode to talk about the latest edition of his book, "Images of the Ice Age" from Oxford University Press. The book covers the history of rock art and rock art discovery mostly in Western Europe. This fascinating discussion will leave you thirsting for more rock art, and, wondering about ...…
 
Archaeologist and author Dr. Paul Bahn joins us on this episode to talk about the latest edition of his book, "Images of the Ice Age" from Oxford University Press. The book covers the history of rock art and rock art discovery mostly in Western Europe. This fascinating discussion will leave you thirsting for more rock art, and, wondering about ...…
 
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Located in Williamson County, the Coats-Hines Site is loaded with mastodon remains and evidence of the interaction between early Native Americans and these creaturs. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coats-Hines_Sit
 
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Tazumal is an awesome pre-Columbian Maya site in El Salvador. Learn about it today. Link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tazuma
 
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That's right. Will your *.DOC file still be readable in 10 years? What's a CSV file and how can you use it? On this show, we talk about the most common file formats for photographs, documents, and a few others. Links Photographs Photoshop ImageMagick Lightroom EXIF Documents Office 365 LaTeX PanDoc GIS GPSBabel App of the Day Stash Invest Sleep ...…
 
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With earth lodge sites and artifacts, the Mitchell Site was a very important prehistoric Indian village in South Dakota. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitchell_Site
 
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The site of an almost meaningless treaty, the Saluda Old Town site represents 5000 years of history for the Saluda people of South Carolina. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saluda_Old_Town_Site
 
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Today episode is a chat with public Archaeologist Dr. Lorna Richardson of umea university about the Public Archaeology Twitter Conference scheduled for 17th November 2017. Setting itself apart from standard academic conferences, #PATC is open to all and comments and questions are welcomed through the public platform. Speakers tweet their paper ...…
 
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This is a cross-over episode that was recorded at GenCon 50 earlier in 2017. Sara Head joined the hosts of Gaming with Scott to talk about the intersection between archaeology and gaming. Links http://gamingwithscott.libsyn.com/hotp-gencon50-archy-fantasies?tdest_id=326508 On Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/GamingWScott On Twitter: http:// ...…
 
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A series of three sites, Pictograph Cave is a site in Montana with some fantastic rock art, and, the site of one of the first archaeological investigations in the state. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pictograph_Cave_(Billings,_Montana)
 
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On this episode of the Women in Archaeology Podcast we will be revisiting the topic of sexual harassment. We will discuss new developments in the past year, the SAA panel from the last meeting, and resources for survivors. Links http://grist.org/article/sexual-harassment-science-me-too-antarctica-climate-research-women/ http://www.the-scientist ...…
 
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Ground Penetrating Radar is a non-invasive method that is used to map archaeological sites without destroying them. It can be used to find a number of subsurface features prior to, or instead of, excavation. Links Bigman Geophysical Learn GPR Website
 
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Famous for its hundreds of standing stones, Carnac is a French commune on the south coast of Brittany in northwestern France. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnac
 
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Magnetometry is a non-invasive method that is used to map archaeological sites without destroying them. It can be used to find a number of subsurface features prior to, or instead of, excavation. Links Bigman Geophysical Learn GPR Website
 
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Located in Finland, Astuvansalmi is a massive collection of sites with the most amazing being the rock paintings. The pictographs date back to at least 3000 BC. Links ttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astuvansalmi_rock_paintings
 
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The iPhone X is out. Is it right for you? Good for fieldwork? This brief review of the iPhone X and other technology should help you make that decision. We also talk about the #metoo issue from a male perspective. Hopefully we spoke intelligently and respectfully. That was the intent. Finally, should PhDs feel bad for choosing a career in CRM r ...…
 
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Earth Resistance is a non-invasive method that is used to map archaeological sites without destroying them. It can be used to find a number of subsurface features prior to, or instead of, excavation. Links Bigman Geophysical Learn GPR Website
 
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Possibly the first site for the domestication of the dog in the area, Pulli settlement in Estonia is a large site that tells a story about the Mesolithic. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulli_settlemen
 
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Electrical Conductivity is a non-invasive method that is used to map archaeological sites without destroying them. It can be used to find a number of subsurface features prior to, or instead of, excavation. Links Bigman Geophysical Learn GPR Website
 
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Discovered by railroad crews, the Ridgeway site represents an active Archaic Period culture that developed on the remains of the ice age. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ridgeway_Site
 
Writing about archaeology shares similarities with other scientific writing but it also can show it's own style. Archaeologists have to be able to not only tell other scientists about their research, but, have to be able to convey that to the public in a number of ways. On this episode we talk about the different places you'll find archaeologic ...…
 
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Writing about archaeology shares similarities with other scientific writing but it also can show it's own style. Archaeologists have to be able to not only tell other scientists about their research, but, have to be able to convey that to the public in a number of ways. On this episode we talk about the different places you'll find archaeologic ...…
 
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Dan Bigman, owner and founder of Bigman Geophysical, tells us about the four primary methods for non-destructive archaeology - that is, looking under the ground without a shovel! Watch for additional episodes about each method after this overview. Links Bigman Geophysical Learn GPR Website
 
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The city of Tanis was NOT swallowed up by the desert as Indiana Jones would have you believe. In fact, it was inhabited for a long time and abandoned when the Tanitic branch of the Nile silted up. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tani
 
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We've all worked in crazy weather. But, in the days of tablets and smartphones, what do you do when it snows, rains, or the sun is just REALLY bright? Well, sometimes there isn't much you can do. There are some things you can do, and some things you can use, that actually make it all work. Most of the time. Links https://www.archaeologypodcastn ...…
 
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Take a few archaeologists who think they're film buffs and what have you got? A prehistoric film special! From fur bikinis to inter-species rape, we look at the best that we could find of a very small film genre with a sometimes critical and sometimes fond eye. Links Article about evidence for Neanderthal cannibalism Article about possible artw ...…
 
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Once home to Sakakawea, a guide to Lewis and Clark, and eventually decimated by smallpox, Knife River was a collection of villages with massive earth-lodge houses. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knife_River_Indian_Villages_National_Historic_Site
 
ARPA, as it's known, is an important law used in protecting cultural resources. It was signed in to law this day in 1979 and everyone should know about it! Links https://www.nps.gov/history/archeology/tools/laws/ARPA.ht
 
The briugu, Mac Dá Thó, is the proud owner of the marvelous hound, Ailbe. He also possesses a notorious pig. Now he finds himself faced with contending regional kings and their retinues of elite warriors, demanding the hound for themselves. Will serving up his gourmet pig at a grand feast save his bacon?Join the Story Archaeologists as they sha ...…
 
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The Hardaway Site goes back at least 10,000 years in North Carolina and has produced over seven metric tons of material. People will be studying this site for a long time. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardaway_Sit
 
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It's our second Halloween special and crossover with the MonsterTalk Podcast! Today we're Joined by Blake Smith and Karen Stollznow to talk about haunted objects and where to find them. We talk about creepy dolls, haunted antiques, and cursed 3d printed objects. Enjoy the worlds of two great podcasts colliding! Links MonsterTalk Podcast Demon D ...…
 
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Viking Ring Castles in Denmark are a thing. First, that's awesome. Second, Aggersborg was massive and could have held 5000 soldiers! Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggersbor
 
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On this episode of the Women in Archaeology Podcast we discuss the US's decision to leave UNESCO. We cover what this means for archaeology in the US and abroad, why the US made this decision, and potential political ramifications. Links http://time.com/4980034/unesco-trump-us-leaving-history/ http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/10/united-st ...…
 
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Episode 300!! We celebrate with a 31,000 year old early modern human site in the Czech Republic. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mladeč
 
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Profiles in CRM features short interviews with CRM professionals from all experience levels and educational levels. I ask a standard list of questions and see how each person answers them based on their experience. The Questions What is your name and who do you work for? (this question is omitted for those that wish to be anonymous) What's the ...…
 
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The type site of the Clovis Culture, Blackwater Draw has been researched by hundreds of people and numerous institutions and is still shedding light on a time we know little about. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackwater_Draw
 
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Enkomi was an important Bronze Age city in northern Cyprus. It was settled a long time ago, became a copper production and trading center, was destroyed by an earthquake, was re-settled a couple times, and then finally abandoned. Wow. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enkomi
 
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New in the field and wonder what the difference is between a project manager and a field director? What about "Scientist II"? What does that mean? We talk about the different positions in field archaeology and get into some philosophy regarding staying put or moving up. Follow Our Panelists On Twitter Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; S ...…
 
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Located across New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, Minisink is a site that represents an important community area for the Munsee people in the 17th and 18th centuries. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minisink_Archaeological_Site
 
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A fascinating Egyptian tomb with a mysterious history - this is the tale of Queen Hetepheres. Links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hetepheres_I
 
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Often considered the type site for the Archaic Period in North America, Lamoka contains some amazing historical information. Links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamoka_Sit
 
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One of the most important sites in New England, the Neville site has a rich history and a massive series of archaeological deposits that archaeologists have learned a lot from, and will continue learning from, in the future. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neville_archaeological_site
 
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