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Archaeology at the Fort: SHA Day 4!

By: Becky O’Sullivan   So it’s the last day of SHA, it’s been a long conference but I heard a lot of great papers. While I went to hear some fantastic papers in the morning, in the afternoon Barbara and I went to check out the SHA Public Archaeology Day at Fort McHenry.     […]

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Archaeology at the Museum: Day 3 at SHA!

By: Becky O’Sullivan   On Friday I skipped out on listening to papers, although there were lots of interesting ones scheduled, to go into Washington D.C. and visit a few of the Smithsonian museums. Three exhibits in particular got my attention because of the way they showcased archaeology. The first exhibit was at the Smithsonian […]

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Presenting Archaeology: Day 2 at SHA!

By: Becky O’Sullivan   Well, it’s been a long day of listening to papers but now it’s time to sit back and relax. Today Jeff and I presented our respective papers in a symposium on involving the public with archaeological projects titled “Toward an Archaeological Agora Revisited: Using Collaborative Approaches in Facilitating Public Participation and […]

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Archaeology in Baltimore: Day 1 at SHA!

By: Becky O’Sullivan Well, after a short plane ride I’m here in Baltimore for the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference! It might be a bit too cold here for a Florida gal like myself, but I’m already loving the historic vibe of Baltimore. Tonight is the opening night of the conference, so no papers yet, […]

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