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Archaeology/ Anthropology blogs

A group for those of us blogging on archaeology and or anthropology or for those interested to find new blogs on the subject. Introduce yourself and write a comment on the contents of your blog and your address.

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Comment by srikanth thunga on August 13, 2009 at 5:40pm
Top 25 blogs in anthropology...
http://www.invesp.com/blog-rank/Anthropology#ultimate

Forgot to credit it. Its from http://twitter.com/Frnnr I remember finding this profile from OAC only but don't know the full name. It only says Fran.
Comment by srikanth thunga on August 13, 2009 at 5:37pm
Comment by Keith Hart on July 11, 2009 at 11:11am
I don't know how I missed this, but it seems to have gone quiet for a few weeks. I have had a personal website for a decade. It was always primarily a self-publishing operation which has gone through several transformations, all linked to encouraging wider participation. In recent years it has taken a blog format with a residual archive of posted papers and a dormant online publishing function. Now that the OAC has been formed, I will focus on the more personal aspects: blogging, archive and publishing with the help of Justin Shaffner.
Comment by John Postill on July 11, 2009 at 9:54am
I blog about my research on the anthropology of media. At the moment I'm posting notes about Boellstorff's (2008) Coming of Age in Second Life and will post some prelim thoughts on this book shortly as part of a commissioned review essay on recent media anthropological studies for the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (JRAI).

media/anthropology blog
Comment by Asa M Larsson on July 3, 2009 at 9:49am
I blog mostly about archaeological news (excavations, books) and issues regarding Open Access, Higher Education and research ethics. I have chosen to blog in my native Swedish, simply because I felt that there were many local issues I wanted to discuss in connection with Swedish media and other bloggers - though I am an avid reader of English langauge blogs as well. In the future, if I have more time, I might diversify by starting a second blog in English, for now its just interesting to keep up with other people in my field in the blogosphere and elsewhere.

Ting & Tankar (Things & Thoughts)
Comment by Magnus Reuterdahl on June 27, 2009 at 4:30pm
So I see a few new members, welcome!

Magnus
Comment by Magnus Reuterdahl on June 11, 2009 at 10:21pm
Sounds like a good idea!
Comment by Paul Wren on June 11, 2009 at 5:35pm
This is a great idea for a group! I'll post my personal archaeology blog link later. I wanted to mention that I'll be bring an official OAC Wiki online in the next week, and we should create a permanent page there to list all of the blogs we discuss here.
Comment by Magnus Reuterdahl on June 11, 2009 at 4:19pm
Hi,

I’m a Swedish archaeologist/osteologist, I’m 35 and living in Stockholm and writing the blog Testimony of the Spade. It primarily concerns archaeology and foremost Scandinavian archaeology but as I am an osteologist as well there are also posts on bones.

The posts often concerns the areas that I currently work in, photos of ancient remains, thoughts regarding the job or certain remains or texts that I’ve seen or read.

I don’t discard archaeology from other parts of the world or other subjects for that matter, as I find something that catches my interest it normally transforms into a post.

Please come by and visit!

Best wishes

Magnus Reuterdahl
 

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