Podcasts de Indiana Jones

Student’s Uncovered: Experiences and Perceptions from Archaeology Graduate Students

Indiana Jones Myth, Reality, and 21st Century Archaeology addresses the question of where archaeology “fits” in the...

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Spreading the Word: Writing About Archaeology and Interviewing Archaeologists

There are multiple movies such as Indiana Jones, The Mummy, Tomb Raider, and The Exorcist that depict archaeologists...

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Christmas Special: The First World War and The Plugstreet Project

This year marks the centenary of the First World War. With the arrival of the hundred year anniversary of the War,...

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Amelia Revisited: More Evidence of Earhart’s Crashed Aircraft and the Impact on Contemporary Archaeology

Two years ago Indiana Jones Myth, Reality, and 21st Century Archaeology interviewed Dr. Tom King about the famed...

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Lost and Found: Orphaned Archaeological Collections and Bringing Them Home

An important part of archaeology is recording the context materials are excavated from. Sometimes collections get...

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Royal Sites and Geophysics : an Irish Iron Age Case Study

The idea of performance has become increasingly interesting to archaeological inquiry. Performance is a significant...

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Archaeology in Major Cities: Boston's City Archaeology Program

Archaeology in major cities can serve a supportive role in the development of the city as well as making accessible...

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Life in a Multicultural Society: The Jewish Community at Elephantine

Last week you learned about the ancient Egyptian police force under the Ptolemies. This week, delve back a century...

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Crime in Antiquity: Law Enforcement in Ptolemaic Egypt

Throughout the years of Ptolemaic rule, victims of crime in all areas of the Egyptian countryside called on local...

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Special Encore Presentation: The Good Witches of Cornwall, UK: The Saveock Water Archaeology Project

A Mesolithic site in Cornwall provided evidence of human habitation along a marshy streambed in Cornwall. Its...

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Revitalizing Communities: The Sinop Region Archaeological Project

Sinope was the most important pre-modern port on the south coast of the Black Sea, located at the center of the...

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Special Encore Presentation: “Bring me the body of Richard III”: When Reality Meets Myth in Archaeology

Archaeologists often confront the paradox of reconciling seminal events and larger than life figures with facts on...

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Archaeological Legacy Institute: Telling the Human Story through Media

Many of you are interested in the way archaeology is presented in the media to the general public - with television...

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Archaeological Non-Profits: The Maya Research Program

You've heard from some of our guests about the Mayan calendar and the civilization's rise and collapse - this episode...

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Tracking Human Response to Climate Change through the Ages

Global warming on your mind this summer? It turns out we're not the first society forced to deal with the effects of...

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Smoking and Ritual in Prehistoric North America

European travelers from as early as the time of Columbus have remarked upon the central role tobacco played in the...

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Time Team America: Making Real Reality TV

If you’re concerned with the way that archeology is presented in the media,, then “reality” shows like Diggers, Nazi...

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