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    EAA2020 - Virtual Recap with Matilda Siebrecht

    EAA2020 - Virtual Recap with Matilda Siebrecht

    This is a special episode of Conferences Podcast with special guest Matilda Siebrecht, a PhD researcher at the University of Gronigen, Netherlands. 

    She recently attending the online virtual EAA2020 conference and we discuss the benefits and challenges that such a format presents. Including the in session chat feature and moderation, moving between different sessions and what new conference etiquette we may need to learn. 

    EAA used https://hopin.to/ in order to run the conference. 


    Links:

    Matlida's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ArchaeoTilly
    Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/stone_age_monkey/

    • 47 min
    EAA2019 - Mark Spanjer

    EAA2019 - Mark Spanjer

    These are selections of conversations recorded at the EAA2019 conference in Bern, Switzerland. 
    Tristan of the APN spoke to Mark Spanjer about the state of archaeology today.
    Mark Spanjer talks about the relations that archaeologists have with one another and how we can make the profession better.
    https://twitter.com/Aranadan

    • 7 min
    EAA2019 - Francesco Ripanti

    EAA2019 - Francesco Ripanti

    Tristan of the APN spoke to Francesco Ripanti about his public archaeology work.
    Francesco Ripanti has a PhD in public archaeology from the University of Pisa, with a project focusing on participation in Italian community archaeology. Graduated with a Master’s thesis in archaeological methods at the University of Siena, his research covers several themes related to public archaeology, heritage and museum studies. Greatly interested in archaeological storytelling and communication, he has tried out his skills authoring short videos set at the Roman site of Vignale (Italy), short stories about 25 objects exhibited at Museo Archeologico Nazionale delle Marche (Ancona, Italy) and for a digital storytelling prototype at the Ancient Agora of Athens (Greece).
    http://archeovideo.wordpress.com.
    https://pisa.academia.edu/FrancescoRipanti/CurriculumVitae

    • 7 min
    EAA2019 - Kate Geary

    EAA2019 - Kate Geary

    Tristan of the APN talks to Kate Geary at EAA2019 about development of training and pathways into the proffession.
    Kate Geary is the Head of Professional Development and Practice at Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
    https://www.archaeologists.net/

    • 5 min
    EAA2019 - Dr. Chester Liwosz

    EAA2019 - Dr. Chester Liwosz

    At the EAA2019 conference in Bern, Tristan of the APN had a chance to sit down and talk to Dr. Chester Liwosz of the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project based in New Mexico.
    The Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project (MPPP), a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1999, seeks to preserve petroglyphs on Mesa Prieta through education of the local community and others, and recording what may be well over 100,000 rock images on the mesa.
    https://www.mesaprietapetroglyphs.org

    • 11 min
    EAA2019 - Dr. Alexander Gramsch

    EAA2019 - Dr. Alexander Gramsch

    These are selections of conversations recorded at the EAA2019 conference in Bern, Switzerland.
    Dr. Alexander Gramsch works at the Römisch-Germanische Kommission in Frankfuhrt. Tristan spoke to him at the RGK table in the upstarirs section of the University of Bern, the Kuppelraum. Dr. Gramsch explains the work of the RGK and talks about the benefits and challenges of using digital microscopes.
    To find out more info please check out :https://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/germania/index

    • 4 min

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