Throughout my archaeological career one aspect of site recording and report writing always seems to trip everyone up – deposition and depositional context. I think it can be a scary topic because not much time is spent learning about it and it can seem daunting. However, for those of us who practice archaeology for a […]
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This is probably one of my most asked about topics and as such, I’ve decided to dedicate an entire post to the topic. I organized this post into ‘STEPS’, which will be numbered so you can jump to the appropriate information that best applies to you. Nifty right? HOW TO GET INVOLVED WITH ARCHAEOLOGY STEP […]
Ever wanted to know more about rock art? In this video I cover the basics, then move on to discuss proper site etiquette when visiting a rock art panel. I talk about vandalism and what is being done by archaeologists, land mangers, and you (yes, you) to protect it. Check it out! Have a comment […]
Episode 6 of the ‘Dig It’ Video Series features Julie Kramer, a Great Basin archaeologist who has an incredible work ethic and infectious laugh. Enjoy- Jamie .
This is the first video of my new ‘Dig It’ video series. The series will focus on archaeologists as they discuss their likes and dislikes about field archaeology. Check it out!
Yep. You read that right. One of my claims to fame was an episode I was featured in for Time Team America’s Range Creek episode. I was teaching in Range Creek at the time, and was excited at the opportunity to use fancy equipment to help us with our research. The episode is worth watching, […]
After receiving a lot of emails on how to get work in Australia and how I got my job, I decided to do a short video highlighting the process. I touch on everything from getting a US Passport to which type of Visa I chose and why, to applying for jobs. Click HERE to watch […]