Where did the Nazca Lines come from? Who built Stonehenge, and what secrets lie concealed within Egypt's pyramids? To find out, join Naked Archaeology and undress the past...
The Rock And Roll Archaeology Project is, first and foremost, a community of Rock And Roll fans. Using our podcast, our website and blog, and of course, social media, we hope to provide a virtual town hall for Rock fans to meet and have great discussions about the history and impact of Rock And Roll. The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology. Any other topics or aspects that may come up. Bring it. Our central question, our starting point is: How does Rock And Roll affect the larger society, and how does the larger society affect Rock And Roll?
Learn more at thinkingstrings.com. The narrated text of Revealing® Archaeology. A compelling look at the principles and practice of anthropological archaeology. Courseware that works.®
The CRM Archaeology Podcast brings together a panel of cultural resource management professionals to discuss the issues that really matter to the profession. Find out about networking strategies, job hunting, graduate programs, and much more. We’ll often feature interviews with college professors and CRM business owners and experts as well.
The archaeology news of the week in audio, brought to you by The Archaeology Channel, compiled and written by Michelle Hilling of Archaeologica.org and read by Laura Pettigrew. The Audio News from Archaeologica is compiled from Archaeologica.org's daily news updates.
An illustrated introduction to the material culture of ancient Greece, Etruria, and Rome in its historical context from the Bronze Age to the emperor Constantine. This course is designed as an introduction to archaeology as a method of exploring ancient cultures, including the tools, ethics, and history of the discipline; this includes: the history of classical archaeology, chronology, dating systems, and analytical methods of all aspects of material culture of the Mediterranean basin including urban planning, construction techniques, religious and secular artifacts and activities, and domestic and civil architecture. Learn more at http://www.IndianaJen.com or http://www.twitter.com/JenniferLockett
This show targets an audience interested in archaeology. It explores myths surrounding this exotic, often misunderstood field and acquaints listeners with the contemporary practice of unearthing the human past. Themes range from Dr. Schuldenrein’s own “Indiana Jones”-like adventures in the land of the Bible to his team’s archaeological forensics effort to unearth Kurdish mass graves in Iraq. That undertaking helped convict Saddam Hussein in 2006. Topical issues contribute to the evolution vs. creationism controversy based on updated fossil records and innovative DNA studies. An episode highlights the main funding source for archaeology in the U.S. (Hint: the oil and gas industry). Experts reveal the latest high-tech approaches to buried archaeological landscapes that provide clues to understanding climate change, past, present and future. Indiana Jones: Myth, Reality and 21st Century Archaeology is broadcast live every Wednesday at 3 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
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A series of lectures for ANTH 30923 from Jennifer Lockett at TCU. Learn more at http://www.IndianaJen.com or http://www.twitter.com/JenniferLockett
The purpose of this podcast is to share the stories and food recipes of the people who uncover our shared past-the field archaeologist. The field archaeologists is a unique individual. Their work is to excavate, recover, and survey our human past. In some sense they are modern-day nomads following the seasonal cycle of available work across the globe. Like all nomads they have few personal possessions and only live at one location for a short period of time. This non-traditional life is challenging in terms of having a “normal life” but with it comes unique experiences that few people get to enjoy. For the field archaeologist one of the most important experiences of their day is the shared evening meal. The evening meal is probably the most important part of the day. This is when everyone comes together and shares food. Like traditional family meals this is when the day is discussed, stories are shared, and food is enjoyed. Food is culture. It defines who we are and it is one of the cultural artifacts that brings people together. For the field archaeologist there are memories involved in the making and eating food that we the editors of this blog believe that are important to share with the world. What better way to learn and experience archaeology then from the women and men doing the hard work- the field archaeologist!
The Irish history podcast brings the listener on a journey through Irish history starting in the 9th century when high kings battled for control of Ireland. This podcast is not just dates but an enthralling journey deep into Irelands past looking at daily life when violence was common and life was short. If you’ve been puzzled how people survived before email, phones, cars or even proper roads the Irish history podcast is for you! The series tracks Irish history and archaeology trying to understand what daily life was like for normal people whilst also tracking the big picture of war, politics and needless to say invasions.
Welcome to Apple Science Profiles. In this lineup of podcast stories, you'll learn how scientists are using Mac technology throughout their workflow - for computation, visualization, analysis, and general productivity. Viewpoints from all walks of science will be discussed - from medicine to paleontology, bioinformatics to physics, archaeology to oceanography. Find out how researchers are accelerating their time to insight and discovery using Apple hardware, the Mac OS X platform, and advanced applications made for Mac.