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2017
01
Nov

What We're Doing This Week

Kate Sarther Gann, Communications Coordinator, and Content Editor, Archaeology Southwest Magazine (November 1, 2017)—Every so often, I ask our staff to say a few words about what they're working on that week. Here's this week's edition: Aaron Wright: I'm managing data and records fr...
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2016
11
Oct

The Translators

As International Archaeology Day (October 15, 2016) approaches, we’re celebrating by sharing posts about what we’re working on now—the daily work of archaeology. Kate Sarther Gann, Communications Coordinator (October 11, 2016)—Well, not exactly. One of us was an archaeologist, one of u...
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2015
31
Dec

Archaeology Southwest’s Most Memorable Moments of 2015

Kate Sarther Gann, Communications Coordinator   (December 31, 2015)—Inspired by a clever post from our friends at the Friends of Cedar Mesa, we decided to compile our own list. So, with a hat-tip to Amanda Nichols and Josh Ewing at FCM, we give you, in no particular order, Archaeology Sout...
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2015
13
Oct

Santa Fe Underground: Archaeology in the City Different

Santa Fe Underground: Archaeology in the City Different Latest edition of Archaeology Southwest Magazine reviews recent findings (Tucson, Ariz.) October 12, 2015—Tucson-based nonprofit organization Archaeology Southwest is pleased to announce the publication of “Santa Fe Underground....
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2015
24
Jul

People's Stuff

By Kate Sarther Gann, Communications Coordinator   (July 24, 2015)—Archaeologists examine people's stuff. As a former assistant museum curator, I can tell you that people's stuff—at least, once that stuff is "vintage"—is pretty nifty. One of my favorite artifacts in the collections of t...
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2015
09
Feb

What Does Protection Really Mean?

Josh Ewing, Executive Director, Friends of Cedar Mesa Cedar Mesa and the landscape surrounding it are full of sacred places. Around almost every bend is another site where even the most detached type-A personality, like me, can connect with people and events far in the past. It’s places like this...
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2015
03
Feb

What I'm Doing This Week: Lewis Borck

By Lewis Borck, Preservation Archaeology Fellow This week, I'm doing data entry and synthesis for the Edge of Salado project, guest-editing the forthcoming Archaeology Southwest Magazine issue on the Gallina Branch, writing a research grant, writing a book review, and participating on the Universit...
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2013
04
Nov

This Post Is Not about the Borg or Peanut-Butter Cups—Or Is It?

By Kate Sarther Gann, Communications Coordinator, with Jeff Clark, Preservation Archaeologist   One of the most rewarding aspects of serving as the content editor of Archaeology Southwest Magazine is the continual opportunity to learn new things directly from the finest scholars. I have been...
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2013
18
Jul

Of Ancient Networks and Bacon Numbers

By Matt Peeples, Preservation Archaeologist   Yesterday afternoon, many of us at Archaeology Southwest gathered around the first box off the truck, grinning over the new issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine. It's on its way to our members' mailboxes now (if you're not yet a member, join no...
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2012
02
Jan

Center for Desert Archaeology Is Now Archaeology Southwest

Tucson-based Nonprofit Explores and Protects Region’s Ancient Places Tucson, Ariz. (January 3, 2012)—The Center for Desert Archaeology is pleased to announce that it has changed its name to Archaeology Southwest. Known to archaeology enthusiasts and professionals for its flagship quarterly, Arch...
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2012
02
Jan

Center for Desert Archaeology Is Now Archaeology Southwest

Tucson-based Nonprofit Explores and Protects Region’s Ancient Places Tucson, Ariz. (January 3, 2012)—The Center for Desert Archaeology is pleased to announce that it has changed its name to Archaeology Southwest. Known to archaeology enthusiasts and professionals for its flagship quarterly, Arc...
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