Three archaeologists talk shop, host guests, get serious, get silly, and record it all!
2020: Arrive Alive!
The boys are back and they're chatting about new years, new ideas, and they got Lambo's from their new lucrative podcasting contract. Also talk about the 2019 BC Arch Forum. Why not crack open the New Year with an ice cold bottle of Transect: The Podcast?
Part XIII: McThrillin'
Dr. Al McMillan talks about his career working with First Nations on the west coast of Vancouver Island, masks, pictographs, and wolves/orcas.
The Transect: XII - Wylin' Out
Title says it all! Alison comes onboard to chat archaeology, politics, and epistemic humility. Must listen episode.
Part XI: This.Is.Awesome. (Tia Williams)
Season 2 (?) opens with Part XI: Tia Williams of Tsawwassen. Tune in as Tia discusses her anthropological experiences both home and abroad! We struggled with audio, hosts leaving mid episode, and a computer crash, but the audio survived. Thanks Tia!!
Part X - Season Recap
It’s a celebration as Kody, Sean, and Ian wrap up Season 1 and discuss the unlikelihood of developing and hosting a podcast. They provide behind-the-scenes insights into this rambling production and solicit you, the kind listener, for ideas and suggestions for Season 2 of The Transect. This episode is full of laughs, introspection, remembrance, and forecasting what’s next on the horizon. Tune in and don’t forget to comment on our twitter or Instagram account @the_transect for what you would like to hear next season.
Part IX: Getting Curious with George
Part IX – Getting Curious with George
It’s the New Year, and The Transect keeps rolling along. Tune is as Sean, Kody, and Ian sit down with the Chair of the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University – Dr. George P. Nicholas. We chat about his early years in the northeastern United States and his own transformation in Kamloops, BC where local Nation members challenged him to think and perform archaeology in new ways. As former students of George, he never wastes a moment to drop phat knowledge while we discuss archaeology as it is expressed in differential power relations, theoretical discourse, and actual practice in BC.
The Transect is what we need in BC Archaeology
A podcast for all people involved in Archaeology in BC, but also applicable worldwide. The hosts provide a forum for those who work on-the-ground in CRM Archaeology by providing insights and human stories from the field that are insightful, funny, and reflective. A must listen!
Who Doesn't Love Archaeologists?
Funny, insightful, educational and weird. Loved the fashion segment in episode three!
Funny, enlightening, awesome 👌🏽
Super interesting and funny!