Podcasts de Indiana Jones

Slum Dwellers: The Real Story of New York’s Five Points Neighborhood

Are you upset about the cancellation of BBCAmerica’s TV drama “Copper”? Maybe you’re a fan of Scorsese’s “Gangs of...

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Two Year Anniversary Episode: Listener Feedback

This week marks the two year anniversary of the show, and while we have come a long way since the first episode...

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Protecting our Past: Archaeological Heritage Management across the World

In our last episode we looked at the antiquities trade and the destruction of cultural property through the trade of...

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Cash for Artifacts: The State of the Illegal Antiquities Trade

If you’ve ever been to a museum with artifacts on display, chances are that you’ve seen the product of the illicit...

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Archaeology in the Digital Age: Virtual Curation and 3D Archaeology

21st century archaeology is all about making use of the latest technology in order to access and analyze sites and...

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“Indy’s Home”: Near Eastern Archaeology and the Oriental Institute

This episode goes right to the heart of the show’s beginnings with the emergence of the mythical figure of Indiana...

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“Miller Time in Ancient Mesopotamia”: The origins of beer brewing in the Cradle of Civilization

Mesopotamia, known as the cradle of civilization, has long been the focus of archaeologists studying the origins of...

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“Doing the Locomotion”: Human Evolution and the Transition to Bipedalism (Walking)

Perhaps no sub-field in Anthropology has witnessed more dramatic advances that the study of human origins. From the...

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“They Left it All Out in the Field”: The Contemporary State of Battlefield Archaeology

Conflict Archaeology or the Archaeology of Battlefields is a sub-discipline that has risen to the forefront since the...

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Assessments of Graduate Training in Archaeology: A Student Perspective

Previous programs have explored the changing realities of graduate student training in the age of applied...

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The State of Mexican Archaeology in 2013

In our series on ancient civilizations we have highlighted the sophisticated methodologies and novel discoveries...

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Missions of Major Archaeological Organizations: the Society for American Archaeology (SAA)

The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) remains the largest and most influential archaeological organization in...

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Reconfiguring Archaeology in the Age of Sustainability

Two trends in contemporary archaeology will forever change the direction of the field. First, the reduction in pure...

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Ethical and Moral Dilemmas in 21st Century Archaeology

Applied archaeology in the past two decades has placed archaeologists in real-world situations. Formerly, the primary...

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Rethinking Inca Archaeology: Contemporary Perspectives

The Inca presided over the largest empire in the Western hemisphere in pre-Columbian era. Ever since Hiram Bingham...

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“So You Want to be an Archaeologist?” The Reality of Archaeological Training and Practice

Informal surveys of archaeological professionals shows that they ultimately chose this profession because their...

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“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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