History on the Line, Davis Square

Christina J. Hodge, MA, PhD, RPA Senior Curatorial Assistant, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University Research Fellow, Department of Archaeology, Boston University The Oxford English Dictionary (2008) defines time as a “space” or “extent of existence” and “the interval between two successive events or acts.” Timelines exemplify this definition. Entrenched methods of representing…

Presentation of the creative, relativist and multicultural blog of the Neixón hillforts archaeological project (Galicia, Spain)

Xurxo Ayán Vila (Spanish Higher Council of Scientific Research) David Blanco Míguez (University of A Coruña) The Internet must be seen as a social phenomenon and its spatial properties should be critically interrogated… Our cultural archaeological production is today implicated in the discourses and contestations of identity, social roles and representations, in new ways, through…

Between Media Archaeology and Memory Practices: Two Recent Excavations

The recent opening of Paul Clancy’s “The Search for the Soul of a Building” in Providence, RI provided occasion for me to resurrect a languishing Archaeolog entry I had started back in the late spring and which has been annoyingly stapled to may desktop every since. Regarding the exhibition, Clancy’s subtext is what drew my…

Remixing Catalhoyuk Day

Remixing Çatalhöyük Day 9am – 5pm PST November 28, 2007 Join us for Remixing Çatalhöyük Day, a public program sponsored by OKAPI and the Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük. Visit OKAPI Island in the 3-D virtual environment of Second Life (see Getting Started below) and explore the past and present of Çatalhöyük, a 9000-year-old village located…

Experience, modes of engagement, archaeology. (WAC-6 session: Participants Welcome!)

We welcome submissions for the WAC session “Experience, modes of engagement, archaeology”. This session is co-organized by Matt Ratto (Sweden/Canada), Krysta Ryzewski (US), and Michelle Charest (US/Ireland), and will be part of the Theme: Archaeological Theory? Legacies, Burdens, Futures, organized by Andrew Cochrane, Ian Russell, Timothy Webmoor, and Christopher Witmore. We invite presentations that critically…