Recording Archaeology - CRMArch 137 Bonus

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Other industries around the world record, either audio or video, presentations from conferences and at least make them available to their members or to those that bought a "virtual ticket". Archaeology is notably behind the curve on this but through the efforts of Doug Rocks-Macqueen and others we're getting there. On today's show we discuss the challenges and ethics behind recording and making available conference presentations.

On this bonus episode Doug Rocks-Macqueen gives you a step-by-step way to approach conference organizers about recording the presentations and how to do it.

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Chacmool, Diversity, and You're Going to the Wrong College - CRMArch 124 BONUS

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On this episode, Stephen tells us about the Chacmool conference that took place in Canada this Fall. That leads to a discussion about First Nations people and the lack of diversity in archaeology. Which leads to talk of college and a lack of diversity in collegiate studies. Much of that discussion is in the Bonus content on our member site.


The Archaeology of Games - TAS 19

On today's show we talk with ArchaeoGaming pioneer and expert, Andrew Reinhard. We find out what archaeogaming is and why it's important to the public. It's not just about the ethics of archaeology as represented in games, but, the games themselves.

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