New Publication in Archaeologies Journal
Delighted to share that a paper Charlotta and I wrote for Archaeologies about the Nunalleq Educational Resource was published this morning! It is open access and you can read it here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11759-020-09399-3
The Nunalleq Project in The Conversation UK
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 […]
Grand Challenges for Digital Archaeology
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 […]
Open Archaeology Journal – New Paper
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 […]
Would You Like to Read My PhD Thesis?
Of course you would! If anyone is interested my PhD thesis and accompanying folio material are now available on the Glasgow School of Art’s RADAR archive which you can access HERE…
Geomatics World Magazine
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!
Love Archaeology Magazine
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. […]
Thinking beyond the Tool…in press!
“Thinking beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing & the Interpretive Process” has gone to press! This wondrous tome contains my very first ever officially published paper from TAG 2010 and is possibly the most exciting thing EVER! I’m told copies should hopefully be available at CAA 2012 in Southampton in March!