The Seven Ages Audio Journal is a podcast that explores archaeology and historical discoveries, scientific achievements, and cultural developments throughout time. Hosted by researchers Micah Hanks, Jason Pentrail, and James Waldo, the program features commentary and interviews with leading experts in the fields of history, archaeology, science, and other disciplines. Our aim is to unravel questions about ancient times, and explore areas of knowledge and culture from the past, to the present day.
J.M. Adovasio: Meadowcroft and Beyond | SAAJ 41
On this special Legacy Series edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we celebrate International Archaeology Month with J.M. Adovasio, one of the most influential American archaeologists living today.
Topper Tales with Doug Sain, Ph.D | SAAJ 40
On this episode we are joined by Doug Sain, Ph.D, who spent years working with lithic materials retrieved from the controversial Topper archaeological site in South Carolina.
Collision of Worlds: Fall of the Aztec Empire | SAAJ 39
On this episode we are joined by Dr. David Carballo of Boston University, who discusses his new book Collision of Worlds: A Deep History of the Fall of Aztec Mexico and the Forging of New Spain
Propaganda and the Past: National Socialist Archaeology | SAAJ 38
On this episode we are joined by Dr. Bettina Arnold, who discusses archaeological practices during the National Socialist regime in Nazi Germany, and their efforts to use the past as propaganda.
Tom Dillehay: Archaeology at Monte Verde | SAAJ 37
On this special "Legacy Series" edition of the podcast, we talk with legendary archaeologist Tom Dillehay, Ph.D., about his influential work at the Monte Verde site in Chile.
Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 36: Impact at Abu Hureyra
This week we are joined by Andrew M.T. Moore, honorary President of the Archaeological Institute of America, who discusses the Abu Hureyra site and the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
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Top shelf podcast
These guys are so relatable, I feel like I am there in the pub, Guinness in hand!! Singing the theme song and having a conversation with interesting people about fascinating topics.
Very good podcast series...
Refreshing approach, great selection of topics, and thoughtful, well-prepared presenters.
I personally would prefer less casual chatting and more focus on the advertised topic(s). For example, I wanted to listen to the podcast on ancient Wisconsin mound building, but it was tiresome to have to listen to a lengthy digression on James Bond before the topic was addressed.