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cyberSW 2.0: From Settlements to Households
Jeff Clark, Preservation Archaeologist (August 11, 2021)—Archaeological data allow us to address issues of contemporary relevance, such as identity, migration, and inequality. Unlike other social sciences, archaeological data are well-suited to examining changes in social networks, demographic ...
Just What Is cyberSW? The Potential of Massive Databases for Future Preservation Archaeology Research
From our house to yours…The 14th season of Archaeology Café celebrates and shares Archaeology Southwest’s current Preservation Archaeology projects with you. Our staff members will bring you in on what we’re doing right now to learn more about the past and help protect special places. Join...
Archaeology Southwest at the 2021 (Virtual) SAA Meeting
Karen Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist and Director, Preservation Archaeology Field School (April 6, 2021)—This time of year is generally filled with excitement as many of us at Archaeology Southwest prepare to present our current research at the annual meeting of the Society for Ameri...
Introducing cyberSW 1.0
Jeff Clark, Archaeology Southwest Barbara Mills, University of Arizona Matt Peeples, Arizona State University Scott Ortman, University of Colorado Boulder Sudha Ram, University of Arizona (June 10, 2020)—After some COVID-related delays, including the stranding of a key programmer in Wuhan, ...
Park Closures Divert Tourists to Native Lands
Park Closures Divert Tourists to Native Lands Keith Riddle and Merilyn Lassman had planned to celebrate their retirement with a visit to the Grand Canyon — “a lifelong dream of ours,” she said. But because of the government shutdown, and the closing of the entire national park system, they fou...