It’s time for a new school year! Classes started this week, and we’re really excited about all the archaeology offerings this fall. Our newest professor, Maya expert Dr. Thomas Garrison, will be teaching two courses: ANTH-202: Introduction to Archaeology ANTH-202 is a great opportunity to learn about the theory, methods, and practice of archaeology. You […]Read More ARC Lab: Fall 2012
So today I received an email from the lovely Tiffany, and it made me realize that I haven’t posted anything exciting on hunterblatherer for about 8,000 years (+/- 7,999 and a bit). I suppose it’s debatable whether I was posting anything exciting before, but let’s pretend for my sake that I was. I’m still here […]Read More Post-USC academic life: an update
Marhaba! That’s ‘hello’ in Arabic, also known as مرحبا (according to Google Translate) Ashley and I are once again in Amman, Jordan, after spending the last week in and around Ramallah in the West Bank. We were volunteering at the Birzeit University Archaeological Library organizing books and papers–it was alphabetization the likes of which this […]Read More Marhaba!
So I’m in a hostel in Amman, Jordan with my dear friend and fellow USC archaeology grad Ashley Sands! She just finished her Turkish excavation and I’m about to go to England for grad school, so we decided to meet in Jordan and spend a few weeks traveling around. Our first day has been pretty […]Read More Hello from Jordan!
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 HawleyRead More Presenting…
I am counting down my last days here at Tell Atchana and I have to admit that I will miss it here! I only have 3 more days in my trench, but luckily we removed most of the in-situ pottery today so I will get to see it all before I leave! In the past […]Read More I’ll Miss You 33,32!