Episode 46 - Archaeology Podcasts

We've got a bit of a different show for you today. Instead of my regular panelists, I chat with fellow podcasters, Tristan Boyle (Anarchaeologist Podcast) and Jenny McNiven (Struggling Archaeologist's Guide to Getting Dirty). We talk about why we started our podcasts, what niche we think they fill in archaeology, and podcasting as archaeological outreach.

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Follow our panelists on Twitter:

Serra @archyfantasies; Bill @succinctbill; Doug  @openaccessarch; Stephen  @processarch; Ashley  @morton_ashleym Russell @Mjstrwy and  @DiachronicD; and Chris  @archeowebby and @digtechllc

Thanks for listening and I'll see you in the field!!

Episode 45 - Sonoma State CRM MA

The CRM Archaeology Podcast will be published on every other Wednesday from now until we decide to change it again. This is to fix a scheduling issue with another show on the upcoming Archaeology Podcast Network.

Sonoma State CRM MA - Dr. Adrian Praetzellis

We start the show with an interview with Dr. Adrian Praetzellis, author of several popular theory books and a professor at Sonoma State in California. This program is fantastic and would be great for anyone wanting a career in CRM.

Maya Research Program

I've inserted a couple of long-form ads that I created with the Maya Research Program. They're going to be helping us out with sponsorship in 2015 but we wanted to try some ads now. In the future, we'll be doing ads of this type with other sponsors too.

Facebook and Facebook Groups

Our final segment is a discussion about how Facebook groups and pages work. For the record, Doug and Stephen are wrong! But, take a listen and tell me I'm full of it in the comments.

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Episode Timeline

  • 00:01:18 Death by Theory and Dug to Death - We talk about why Dr. Praetzellis wrote the books and what they are about.
  • 00:05:59 First long-form ad for the Maya Research Program
  • 00:09:02 Overview of the Sonoma State CRM Master's program
  • 00:38:29 Second long-form ad for the Maya Research Program
  • 00:43:38 Discussion about Facebook Groups and Pages
  • 00:55:16 Outro

Thanks for listening and I'll see you in the field!!

 

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Follow our panelists on Twitter:

Serra @archyfantasies; Bill @succinctbill; Doug  @openaccessarch; Stephen  @processarch; Ashley  @morton_ashleym Russell @Mjstrwy and  @DiachronicD; and Chris  @archeowebby and @digtechllc