Monthly Archives: December 2011
Another year and another excellent TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) conference, this year at the University of Birmingham. Catriona Cooper and I’s session seemed to go down very well and sparked some brilliant discussion! Opening the session was Aaron Watson who presented his paper “Invisible Monuments” which discussed the issues surrounding the collection of ‘objective’ archaeological […]
As the weather continues to get more wintry here in Glasgow (not helped by the DDS heating having been broken all week!) I’ve been imagining life inside my model of a cosy St Kildan blackhouse… Basic model of Blackhouse G on St Kilda After the ‘gable-ends fiasco’ last week I decided the best course of […]
The deadline for the 2012 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference in Southampton has been extended to December 7th so there’s still time to get an abstract in for our session “Maintaining a Dialogue between Observation and Visualisation“! Abstracts can be submitted through the conference website here.