I’ve been particularly bad at following up with this blog. It’s not that I haven’t been doing anything archaeologically related–indeed, I may in fact be slowly overdosing on the ARC Lab– but rather that I have been too busy to spend any time on writing anything meaningful (outside of my own schoolwork, though that may […]Read More A Random Update
I have got to be the least “professional” person I know. As I mentioned before in a post a few months ago, most of my friends at USC are in business-oriented majors. They are often seen looking sharp in suits and could probably sell you a resealed used bottle of water. I, on the other […]Read More Another shameless plug!
Day 1 for the World Archaeological Congress’ Inter-Congress on Archaeology of Conflict taking place in Vienna went really well. I was able to put a lot of faces to names of my colleagues that I have been communicating with via e-mail and Facebook <http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=60913977483&ref=ts>. I also got to meet some new people and to see […]Read More WAC Vienna Day 1
It’s that time again. Provost Undergraduate Research Symposium time. In the upcoming weeks, the lab will be filled with hordes of unhappy undergraduates, pulling their hair out in hanks and squinting at websites under construction and poster drafts under review. The ARC lab has a rather prolific history of victory at the Symposium. Every year, […]Read More Symposium Time… bum bum bum
So over the past week we seem to have become marginally famous! Not that we weren’t famous before, of course… The USC College website ran two articles this week about the ARC lab and the research being undertaken here. Check out the links below! Beaming with Joy: This article discusses the research being undertaken at […]Read More USC ARC in the news!
Wow! What a busy week! Jenny and I finally got to present at the AIA annual meeting, after much preparation and a great deal of stress. And it went great! Jenny presented her poster on the gilding of an ancient Egyptian bronze figurine, and I read my paper about the Tell al-Judaidah terracotta figurines. Overall, […]Read More Presenting at the AIA
The AIA/APA joint annual meeting is “the largest and oldest established meeting of classical scholars and archaeologists in North America.” From January 6-9, scholars will present research from around the world in posters and lectures. This year, the Archaeological Institute of America selected two USC undergraduates to present their research at the conference! This is […]Read More Come support Jenny and Sarah at the AIA!