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This show dives into topics related to CRM Archaeology and is hosted by longtime professionals in the field.

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This show dives into topics related to CRM Archaeology and is hosted by longtime professionals in the field.

    Budgets and Seasonality

    Budgets and Seasonality

    In today's episode, the team discusses the basics of budgeting, the in-coming winter, and the relationship between the two.
    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


    Jobs with Cox McClain
    Our CRM group is one of the fastest growing in the US. We need temporary and salaried archeologists at every level, from technicians to PIs, in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Previous Oklahoma experience would be nice but is not required. Send your cover letter, resume, and references to: JOBS@COXMCLAIN.COM. Thanks!
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    Why We Do it

    Why We Do it

    Today's episode is in response to a listener question in which the listener asked why we continue to do CRM even though we always talk about the hardships. What drives you? Is it a passion for history? A love of the outdoors? What drives you to settle for low per diem, bad pay, no benefits, and double-occupancy hotel room? Let us know in the comments.
    Listener question: From James at NASA...As to what I would like to hear in CRM, as a member of the public, I would like to understand more of the reason people continue to work in the field despite the hardships. I mean, is there knowledge before they get a degree that this is hard when they do the field work? What is the dropout rate? Is it just in people’s blood to do this, like sailors who need to be on the ocean despite the risk? Also, fundamentally, is CRM just trying to meet regulations (do a job and get paid) or is it actually resulting in stopping/relocating the ventures that initiated them (highway, shopping mall, homes)?
    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


    Jobs with Cox McClain
    Our CRM group is one of the fastest growing in the US. We need temporary and salaried archeologists at every level, from technicians to PIs, in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Previous Oklahoma experience would be nice but is not required. Send your cover letter, resume, and references to: JOBS@COXMCLAIN.COM. Thanks!
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    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 1h
    Celebrating 200 Episodes

    Celebrating 200 Episodes

    The CRMArch Crew gets together to talk about the last 200 episodes. It’s been a long, fun ride and we hope you’ve enjoyed it.
    Links
    Dreaming about Archaeology
    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


    Jobs with Cox McClain
    Our CRM group is one of the fastest growing in the US. We need temporary and salaried archeologists at every level, from technicians to PIs, in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Previous Oklahoma experience would be nice but is not required. Send your cover letter, resume, and references to: JOBS@COXMCLAIN.COM. Thanks!
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    Timeular

    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 1h 12 min
    Are Universities Underbidding CRM Projects?

    Are Universities Underbidding CRM Projects?

    Universities are in trouble in 2020. There were generally no field schools over the summer and in-person classes are a thing of the past. Also, many universities are not excepting graduate students until further notice. To continue to be a for-profit institution some are turning to field archaeology and CRM. What will that do to the business of archaeology? Doug Rocks-Macqueen leads the crew on that discussion this week.
    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


    Jobs with Cox McClain
    Our CRM group is one of the fastest growing in the US. We need temporary and salaried archeologists at every level, from technicians to PIs, in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Previous Oklahoma experience would be nice but is not required. Send your cover letter, resume, and references to: JOBS@COXMCLAIN.COM. Thanks!
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    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 1h 9 min
    Is the RPA Really Useless?

    Is the RPA Really Useless?

    Following from a popular Facebook post about the RPA talk about about what it is, what it’s doing, what it’s supposed to do, and what it should do. The RPA is a big organization in the field of CRM and has a long history. What can we do with that?
    Links
    RPA
    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


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    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 1h 3 min
    CRM Can Unionize...They Did It In Canada!

    CRM Can Unionize...They Did It In Canada!

    We've talked about unionizing archaeologists a number of times on this podcast. Today, though, we talk to two people that actually did it. They are the organizers of an archaeology union in Ontario, Canada and it's been very successful so far. We find out what their experience was, and is, and how the union has been received by archaeologists in Ontario.
    Links

    Episode 177

    Liuna Local 3000

    Archaeology Union Website

    Follow Our Panelists On Twitter
    Bill @succinctbill; Doug @openaccessarch; Stephen @processarch; Bill A. @archaeothoughts; Chris W @Archeowebby, @DIGTECHLLC, and @ArchPodNet
    Blogs:

    Bill White: Succinct Research


    Doug Rocks-MacQueen: Doug’s Archaeology


    Stephen Wagner: Process - Opinions on Doing Archaeology


    Chris Webster: Random Acts of Science


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    Wildnote

    TeePublic

    Timeular

    Find this show on the educational podcast app, Lyceum.fm!

    • 59 min

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