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    The Society for American Archaeology’s paper of the month for May comes from Advances in Archaeological Practice and is entitled: ‘The Future of American Archaeology: Engage the Voting Public or Kiss Your Research Goodbye!‘ Authors: Terry H.…

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    The Society for American Archaeology’s paper of the month for May comes from Advances in Archaeological Practice and is entitled: ‘Teaching Open Science: Published Data and Digital Literacy in Archaeology Classrooms‘.…

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    The Society for American Archaeology’s paper of the month for June comes from American Antiquity and is entitled: ‘Drinking Performance and Politics in Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon’.…

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    The Society for American Archaeology’s paper of the month for July comes from Latin American Antiquity and is entitled “The Political Organization and the Landscape of Chichén Itzá, Yucatan, Mexico, in the Classical Terminal Period (830-930AD)” Authors: Péter Bíró and Eduardo Pérez de Heredia The absence of references to the great city of Chichén Itzá in the Colonial chronicles, both indigenous and Spanish, which refer almost exclusively to the last century before the conquest, is very striking.…

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    Imagine a group of people playing a sport together on a hot day. Although it’s a friendly match, they play vigorously and at the end of their game they’re hot and thirsty.…

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    If you’re new to the field of archaeology, still learning the basics of the discipline, the chances are that your experiences of archaeological interpretation are relatively limited.…

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    The Paper of the Month from the Society of American Archaeology is “WHY DO FEWER WOMEN THAN MEN APPLY FOR GRANTS AFTER THEIR PHDS” from the journal American Antiquity and is free to access until the end of October 2018 Why conduct a study about gender disparities in archaeological grant submissions?  Various studies have documented an increase in the proportion of women in academic archaeology among early and mid-career academics.…

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    Can tiny fossilized teeth from a prehistoric animal most closely resembling a lamprey provide crucial information about climatic change from over 450 million years ago?…

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    Shaping 2019: Introducing the Cambridge Philological Society Prize As the year draws to its conclusion, the Cambridge Philological Society was pleased to see that three articles in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History (published between 2015 and 2017 in our society journal – The Cambridge Classical Journal) featured among the most downloaded papers of 2018!…

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