Tag Archives: U.S.A.

ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 2-07 – Domesticating Dogs: An interview with Robert Losey

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I talk with Robert Losey about the domestication of dogs and their ongoing adaptations as they interact with humans.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 2-05 – Racism in archaeological associations: An interview with Sarah Janesko & Erin Cagney

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I talk with Sarah Janesko and Erin Cagney about racism in professional organisations and their work to improve the policies of the Society for American Archaeology.

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 2-03 – A little bird told me: An interview with Kari Prassack

hosted by Otis Crandell and Tommy Ng

In this episode, we talk with Kari Prassack about using bird remains to reconstruct past environments and landscapes, about the overlap between archaeology and palaeontology, and about her work in engaging the public and generating interest in research and science.

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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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