15 Questions With An Archeologist
Summary: 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
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In this episode, SEAC Archeological Technician, Josh Guerrero, makes his debut as the new host of this podcast. Sharing his background and some announcements as to what listeners can expect with this podcast moving forward!
John Whitehurst recently retired from the National Park Service with over 35 years of federal service. He spent the last 17 years as the cultural resources specialist at Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve where he directed all types of cultural resources investigations and historic preservation projects. He holds a BA and MA in Anthropology from the University of South Florida in Tampa. Before his time at Timucuan he was the cultural resources specialist at New River Gorge NRA in West Virginia.
Dr. Bigman received his PhD from the University of Georgia and is an expert in non-invasive subsurface mapping and 3D imaging. His graduate research focused on the applications of near-surface geophysics to archaeological and historical contexts and has since taught at several universities in Georgia. He has collaborated with scholars across the southeastern United States on innovative research pertaining to applied geophysics and damage prevention
Eric Oosahwee-Voss (M.S. Central Washington University) is the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) for the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma (UKB). The UKB is one of three federally recognized Cherokee tribes with headquarters in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Prior to his appointment as UKB THPO in early 2016, Eric worked as a Senior Archaeologist for the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Washington State. There he became well versed in tribal based archaeolog
Dr. Sherwood is an Anthropological Archaeologist with a specialty in Geoarchaeology. On the Southern Cumberland Plateau she is specifically interested in prehistoric land use change over time and site formation processes of sandstone rockshelters. She and her Sewanee students are working with colleagues from various institutions on the development of indigenous horticulture. Beyond the Plateau she studies the geoarchaeology of prehistoric earthworks and mounds and how they were built.
Eric Deetz started his archaeological career early. Son of James Deetz (yes, that James Deetz) it seemed inevitable Eric would end up in archaeology. By the time he was 15 years old, Eric was regularly assisting on projects whenever the opportunity arose. He completed his BA at San Francisco State University and went on to earn his MA in Archaeology and Heritage at the University of Leicester in 2002. Eric specializes in colonial archaeology and currently holds many positions relative to this