About being an archaeologist

With the USC Symposium quickly (how very quickly) approaching, this is a great time to look back at our archaeological beginnings and see what twisty, marvelous paths they’ve led us down. And perhaps, in the process, reach a satisfying conclusion as to why we have spent so many hours in the lab and on Microsoft […]

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The STARC website! Yes, we finally have a website for the Society of Trojan Archaeologists. It’s still being modified, but here’s the link! STARC Check it out! ~Sarah Hawley

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What We Did Last Friday

Friday, November 20, as you¬†can see¬†in the second and fourth respective posts below, was a day for reliving the lost langour of summer. Let us qualify that: on Friday we powerpointed through¬†a summer’s worth of¬†field school/internship/conference¬†photos and for a brief, heady seven minutes were transported back to¬†languors of a mosquito cloud embalming us alive and¬†of […]

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It’s that time again! Time for WHAT I DID LAST SUMMER, a great event where USC students share information about summer archaeological opportunities. *** What did YOU do this summer? Archaeology students drew pottery in Turkey, excavated Maya sites in Belize, knapped flint points in Alaska, surveyed the Lake Titicaca basin, and restored bronzes at […]