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15 Questions With An Archeologist is an interview show that seeks to ask as many archeologists as possible the same 15 questions. These questions are designed to cover the areas in which archeologists are most often queried. They are also design to provoke though and commentary on our profession.

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15 Questions With An Archeologist @npsseac

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15 Questions With An Archeologist is an interview show that seeks to ask as many archeologists as possible the same 15 questions. These questions are designed to cover the areas in which archeologists are most often queried. They are also design to provoke though and commentary on our profession.

archaeology, archeology, archaeologist, archeologist

    Dr. Karen Bellinger - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Karen Bellinger - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Karen Bellinger  
    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Karen Bellinger; Anthropologist, Archeologist, Story Teller, and the host of the Working Over Time podcast.
    Dr. Bellinger began her tenure as an archeologist at Yale University. Where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and focused heavily on history. From there she went on to earn both an MA and Ph.D. in Anthropology at New York University. She also completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Geography at the Queen Mary University of London.
    Throughout her career, Dr. Bellinger has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in some amazing places. Including the three cities that make up America's Historic Triangle: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown. As well as various sites within the Atacama Desert in Chile. Now she's based in the UK and shares her experience and insight through the Working Over Time podcast.
    Listen to her answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who has conducted archeology in places that have not been discussed yet on the podcast.
    To see the video of our conversation, head over to SEAC's YouTube channel!
    Connect with Dr. Bellinger
    www.thetimescribe.com
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    Also, tune in to her podcast, Working Over Time!:
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    • 47 min
    Emily Wapshott - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Emily Wapshott - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Emily Wapshott  
    In this episode, we are joined by Emily Wapshott; Commercial Archeologist at Southwest Archaeology and Co-Founder of Archaeologists Engage in the UK.
    Emily began her tenure as an archeologist at a young age. Beginning with volunteer work when she was eight-years-old. Later on, she found her way to the University of Exeter to pursue her education. It was there where she earned a double honors undergraduate degree in History and Archeology, as well as a postgraduate degree in Experimental Archeology. 
    Throughout her career, Emily has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in some amazing places. With sites in and around the UK, as well as abroad in countries like Greece. Now, as a Commercial Archeologist, much of her work is done primarily throughout Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in the UK. Along with her commercial work, she is also a trustee at the Great Torrington Heritage Museum in Devon.
    Listen to her answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who does work within archeology that has not been discussed very much on the podcast.
    To see the video of our conversation, head over to SEAC's YouTube channel!
    Connect with Emily
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    Archaeologists Engage, on Instagram
    Southwest Archaeology
    Great Torrington Heritage Museum
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    Email: elvwarchaeology@gmail.com
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    • 41 min
    Dr. Paul Harrison - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Paul Harrison - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Paul Harrison  
    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Paul Harrison; Egyptologist, media presenter, and the host of the Profane Humanities podcast.
    Dr. Harrison began his tenure as an archeologist at University College London's Institue of Archeology. Where he earned an MA, as well as a PhD in Egyptian Archeology. He has also had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork in a variety of places in the UK and abroad.
    Dr. Harrison has also had several media appearances throughout his career. Some of which include; History Channel's Ancient Top Ten, Sky News, and Sega's Total War video game series. He also delves into the mystery, media, and mania of history as the host of the Profane Humanities podcast. A show where he interviews leading experts in archeology, history, Egyptology, anthropology, Egyptomania, authors, Kemetics, game designers, film-makers, and more!
    Listen to his answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who has a specialty in archeology that has not been discussed very much on the podcast.
    Connect with Dr. Harrison
    www.profanehumanities.com
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    Also, check out his book; Profane Egyptologists: The Modern Revival of Ancient Egyptian Religion. As well as The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology!
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    • 56 min
    Dr. Ann Raab - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Ann Raab - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Ann Raab  
    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ann Raab; Professor at Metropolitan Community College-Longview in Missouri.
    Dr. Raab began her tenure as an archeologist at California State University, Northridge. Where she earned her MA in Anthropology. From there she went on to the University of Kansas to earn her PhD in Anthropology, with an emphasis in Archeology.
    Along the way, Dr. Raab has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork at a variety of different places in the US, and in Mexico. Though much of her work has been done in the Midwest; specializing in the Missouri/Kansas Border War and General Order Number 11. Now she teaches archeology as part of Longview Community College's Anthropology Department.
    Listen to her answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who operates in a region that has not been discussed yet on the podcast.
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    • 52 min
    Ed Jakaitis - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Ed Jakaitis - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Ed Jakaitis  
    In this episode, we are joined by Ed Jakaitis; Cultural Resources Program Manager at Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky.
    Ed began his tenure as an archeologist while attending community college in the Chicago area. It was then when he had his first introduction to archeology. From there he went on to Northern Illinois University to pursue the discipline even further and make it his chosen profession.
    Along the way, Ed has had the opportunity to conduct fieldwork at a variety of different places around the world. Including Belize to work at a late classic Mayan site, and to Sicily to work at a Hellenistic site. Now he works at the very expansion Mammoth Cave National Park.
    Listen to his answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who operates in one of our great national parks.
    Learn more about Mammoth Cave
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    • 50 min
    Dr. Andrew Kinkella - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Andrew Kinkella - 15 Questions with an Archeologist

    Dr. Andrew Kinkella  
    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Andrew Kinkella; Associate Professor of Archeology at Moorpark College in Southern California.
    Dr. Kinkella began his tenure as an archeologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he double-majored in Anthropology and Film Studies. From there, he went on to California State University to earn his MA in Anthropology. And he eventually found his way to the University of California, Riverside to earn his PhD in Anthropology.
    Along the way, Dr. Kinkella closely studied Mayan Culture. This led him to Belize on numerous occasions to conduct fieldwork to investigate pyramids and cenotes in the jungle. Now he teaches archeology as part of Moorpark College's Department of Anthropology, as well as through his YouTube channel, Kinkella Teaches Archaeology.
    Listen to his answers to our 15 questions, and get an interesting perspective from someone who studies a culture that hasn't been discussed on the podcast yet.
    Connect with Dr. Kinkella
    YouTube
    Email: akinkella@vcccd.edu
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