Saturday, January 5, 2008

Society for Historical Archaeology Conference

To give you all a better idea of what Jim and I will be doing at the conference, here are excerpts from our itinerary.

Jim has co-organized a session on public archaeology that is being presented on-line and will be a panelist in two other sessions. He will be talking about Port Tobacco in a session on historical ecology.

I will be presenting a paper on my research into the history of the Susquehannocks and meeting with the publisher of our book, The Archaeology of Institutional Life.

To my dismay, it will probably be warmer in Binghamton than in Albuquerque for the few days that I will be there. Is it summer yet?


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