Excited to have an article I wrote about my experiences working in Quinhagak published in The Conversation UK! Of late I’ve met a few negative attitudes towards the Nunalleq collection being housed in the village rather than a big city museum, so I wrote this as a personal account to take those people by the […]
As part of the Blogging Archaeology Carnival run by Doug Rocks-Macqueen over at Doug’s Archaeology I’ve been invited to write a wee blog post addressing the theme of “Grand Challenges” for archaeology. As luck would have it I wrote a paper last year addressing the same topic in the context of challenging digital archaeology, so I […]
In between jetting off to Sweden, New Zealand and the USA (hope to get permissions to write a post about what I was up to soon…) over the past month or two I published a paper in the De Gruyter Open Archaeology journal. The journal is open access which is great because it’s peer reviewed and freely available […]
Some of the Skara Brae images have been published in the most recent issue of Geomatics World Magazine in a review of the DigiDoc 2012 conference so keep an eye out for a copy!
I was delighted to read Jen Novotny’s article in the latest issue of Love Archaeology Magazine today which used my St Kilda blackhouse reconstruction as the inspiration for some archaeological smell-scape experiments! As I’ve said here before I believe visualisation in archaeology should be seen more as a starting point for discussion rather than a final conclusion. […]