Interpretive Sins

Interpretive Sins

by Tristan Harrenstein Interpretation is scary to many people, and I understand why. We put ourselves out there and when it goes wrong it can really go wrong. We talk about…
Evaluate your public archaeology

Evaluate your public archaeology

Evaluation is recognized by colleagues. This has become clear over the past ten years as conference sessions on the topic have become common. The PEIC-sponsored session at this year’s SHA…
50 year SHA online exhibit

50 year SHA online exhibit

In recognition of the 50th anniversary meeting of the SHA – to be held this week in Fort Worth, TX – the History Committee of the SHA is building an…

Fall 2013 SHA Newsletter

The Fall 2013 SHA Newsletter is now on its way to members. Of particular note in the current issue is a story from Charles Hodges regarding a recent metal detecting…

The 2013 Spring SHA Newsletter!

The 2013 Spring edition of the SHA Newsletter is now wending its way via mail to SHA members who receive the print version. Digital subscribers have had access for the…