Recap from the 2016 AIA’s

The Archaeological Institute of America’s Annual Meeting took place last weekend in San Francisco. I was tied up with two colloquia on abandoned villages, sponsored by the Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology interest group. I even gave a paper during one of the sessions that gave me the chance to show off a bunch of photos…

Travels in the Aegean: NASK 2013

I landed in Greece about one week ago and will be here for the next two months, conducting research at a number of different institutions (check out the map at the bottom). All of these places are close to heart, albeit for different reasons. First up is Karystos (island of Euboea), then on to Rethymno…

3, 2, 1… Blastoff!

As the summary in “About This Blog” will tell you, I was inspired to open this blog as a forum for disseminating some of the things I’ve learned while playing around with GIS. I’m an archaeologist, so the things I’ve learned are born out of fieldwork and archaeological data analysis, but I bet there are…