ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 32 – Making scents of archaeology: An interview with Paul Martin (Part 2)

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I talk more with Paul Martin about the use of dogs on archaeological surveys and his research on testing the potentials and limits of this method.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 31 – Making scents of archaeology: An interview with Paul Martin (Part 1)

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I talk with Paul Martin about the use of dogs on archaeological surveys and his research on testing the potentials and limits of this method.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 30 – Garden-variety archaeology: An interview with Bonnie Clark

hosted by Otis Crandell and Tommy Ng

In this episode we talk with Bonnie Clark about the archaeology of gardens, historical archaeology, and her research at the site of the Amache Japanese internment camp in Colorado, U.S.A.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 27 – Archaeology with a dash of salt: An interview with Vasile Diaconu

hosted by Otis Crandell and Tommy Ng

In this episode we talk with Vasile Diaconu about the Cucuteni culture, salt production in prehistory, and about learning and teaching ancient skills.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 26 – Raising the Arrow: An interview with Scarlett Janusas

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I talk with Scarlett Janusas about marine archaeology in Ontario, and her involvement in a project to search for and recover the AVRO Arrow test models, the last tangible evidence of the development of the AVRO Arrow.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 25 – Microscopes and the Mesolithic: An interview with Jess Bates

hosted by Otis Crandell and Tommy Ng

In this episode we talk with Jess Bates about the Mesolithic settlement of Star Carr, experimental archaeology, and the York Experimental Archaeological Research (YEAR) Centre.

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