Wanna collect data digitally?

This is my final post as a participant in the Institute for Digital Archaeology. This post serves three purposes. First, I announce a resource that I have created to enable digital data collection in archaeology. Second, I want to mention a few of my favorite aspects...

Introducing MINA | Map Indian Archaeology

This is my final post for the Institute. I take this opportunity to thank Ethan and Lynne for the chance to participate in the Institute. I am grateful to the faculty and participants for their ideas and support. Collectively, the Institute has been incredibly...

Introducing underwatermaya, the web page

Welcome to Maya world, underwater archaeological research on ancient Maya wooden architecture preserved in a peat bog below the sea floor in a shallow, salt-water lagoon on the coast of Belize, Central America: http://underwatermaya.com.  Join me  in the discovery and...

Virtual Valdivia – Official Launch

My project, Virtual Valdivia, is an online repository of ceramics pertaining to the Valdivia culture (ca. 4400-1450 BC) of coastal Ecuador. The project developed as outgrowth of my dissertation research, which examined variation in ceramic assemblages at multiple...
Natchez Rebuilt

Natchez Rebuilt

With the culmination of our year of digital archaeology, what have I ended up with? To recap my original goals: digital reconstruction of Natchez interactive console choose-your-own-adventure website I have ended with two out of four of my goals. Most of my time...