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Slow Archaeology in Mobilizing the Past

This week, I’ve largely turned my blog over to promoting newest book from The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota. The centerpiece of this promotion has been the pre-release of the introduction. This has resulted in substantial traffic to the Digital Press website, some great social media buzz, and a heartening number of… Read More ?
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Pure, uncut amazingness.  April 22nd. 4 pm. Gorecki Alumni Center. University of North Dakota’s Campus. On April 22nd, the Working Group in Digital and New Media will ask questions about these bursts of digital possibility. Like lig...

Some Publicity for the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project

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We received some good publicity from an unusual corner yesterday. North Dakota State University, my university’s (the University of North Dakota) arch rival (in a playful way, mostly) down the road in Fargo put our Pyla-Koutsopetria...

A Rough Sketch of Work in the North Dakota Work Camps

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As readers of this blog know, I’m slowing articulating a small archaeological fieldwork project that will focus on the material culture, architecture, and landscape associated with work camps in western North Dakota. This project is...

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This weekend, I took a trip to western North Dakota to check out “oil patch” were the North Dakota Bakken Oil Boom is consuming several western counties. This trip was part of my newest project focusing on the archaeology of work (a...

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