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    Tribal Capacity Building to Support Sovereignty

    Tribal Capacity Building to Support Sovereignty

    On this month’s podcast we have Dr. Ashley Spivey, Executive Director of Kenah Consulting and enrolled member of the Pamukey Indian Tribe. We start out talking about Ashley continuing her family legacy of maintaining her community’s heritage through material culture. Dr. Spivey also talks about the recent recognition of 7 Virginia tribes despite Virginia’s *paper genocide* and their historic erasure. While normally only recognized related to the first English settlements in America as the Powhatan Chiefdom, she discusses Virginia tidewater Indigenous communities’ long and vibrant role throughout American history. Finally we discuss her current work through Kenah Consulting to build tribal capacity in Virginia and across the US to support sovereignty and self-determination. They assist in building lasting capacity through federal acknowledgement, land claims, natural resource rights, cultural resource management planning, program development, and grant writing.
    Photos include a photo of Dr. Spivey, a photo of the front façade of the Pamunkey Indian Museum and Cultural Center, and two photos from archaeological excavations at the Raymond Bush Site on the Reservation. This research was funded through the Society for American Archaeology Native America Graduate Student Scholarship and formed the foundation of her dissertation research. The two photos from this excavation include one of Dr. Spivey and her grandfather, Warren Cook, and one of the excavation team comprised of Pamunkey and Mattaponi tribal members and a William and Mary colleague. 
    Links

    https://kenahconsulting.com/about/

    Mashantucket Pequot - Episode 12- https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/heritagevoices/12


    Nation-Building After Federal Recognition - Episode 14- https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/heritagevoices/14


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    https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-atkins-spivey-374a6566/

    Contact

    Jessica

    Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

    @livingheritageA

    @LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

    Lyle

    Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    A Very Brief Intro to Ancient Egyptian Archaeology

    A Very Brief Intro to Ancient Egyptian Archaeology

    This week, Amber and Anna bring you three of the best-known archaeological sites from Ancient Egypt. These sites tell us a whole lot about life in the past--not just for the pharaohs and the elites, but the workers who built them. We also dip our toes into Ancient Egyptian cosmology and zip through the dynastic timeline!
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    Email the Dirt Podcast: thedirtpodcast@gmail.com
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    YCTA From the Field - Pt 2

    YCTA From the Field - Pt 2

    This time it’s just Chris and Richie. They talk about fire survey during all the west coast fires in 2020, cast iron pans, and how out of shape Chris is!
    Links

    Roadster Adventures

    Happy Archaeology Fun Time

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    Chris Webster

    chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com

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    • 50 min
    Rock Art, Science, and Religion with Dr. Tirtha Mukhopadhyay

    Rock Art, Science, and Religion with Dr. Tirtha Mukhopadhyay

    On this episode we talk to Dr. Tirtha Mukhopadhyay about his career in rock art. From his homeland of Calcutta, India, to continued graduate studies in Texas, and his current research working out of Guanajuato University in Mexico. They take a deep dive into the mysteries surrounding the relationships of science and religion. Our guest scholar provides up to date thinking on how our minds process images and create emotions relating to our understanding of deities. We delve into just what rock art images mean and how they affect the emotional states of its viewers. Finally, we provide some working hypotheses on what those animal-human figures depicted in prehistoric rock art communicate in terms of their compound metaphors as shamans, ancestors, and deities.
    Links
    California Rock Art Foundation
    Contact

    Chris Webster

    chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com

    Twitter: @archeowebby


    Dr. Alan Garfinkel

    avram1952@yahoo.com

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    • 54 min
    First Time Tech User in the Field

    First Time Tech User in the Field

    On today’s quick show Chris talks to Rachel Roden, his wife, an archaeologist and crew member on the DIGTECH team working northeastern Nevada. Rachel talks about running fieldwork fully digital for the first time. What went right? What went wrong? Where can we improve?
    Links

    Touch GIS

    Arrow 100

    Anutum Geomobile Solutions

    Contact

    Chris Webster

    Twitter: @archeowebby


    Email: chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com

    Paul Zimmerman

    Twitter: @lugal


    Email: paul@lugal.com

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    • 36 min
    Crumpet Resource Management: Behind the Trowel with Natasha Billson

    Crumpet Resource Management: Behind the Trowel with Natasha Billson

    On this episode of A Life In Ruins Podcast, we summon another member of the Archaeology Avengers, Natasha Billson! Many of you may already know of Natasha by her social media handle Tash_Archaeo or her YouTube channel Behind the Trowel.
    We delve into cultural resources management archaeology in the UK and its differences with American CRM archaeology. The Archaeology Avengers is brought up, we chat about science communication, Natasha's Archaeologists in Quarantine YouTube interview series, and a discussion on race in archaeology.
    Please rate and review the A Life In Ruins Podcast and be sure to follow us and Natasha on social media.
    Contact (Guest)

    Instagram: @tash_archaeo


    Twitter: @Tash_Archaeo


    YouTube: Behind the Trowel


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    Email: alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com

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    Website: www.alifeinruins.com


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    • 1 hr 1 min

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