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Blogs Written by Archaeologists

Day of Archaeology
http://www.dayofarchaeology.com/
Every year since 2011, the annual Day of Archaeology invites archaeologists all over the world to blog about their day-allowing a glimpse into the experiences of hundreds of people working in labs, in the field, at universities, museums, and in cultural resource management, all researching the human past.

Past Thinking
http://www.pastthinking.com/links/
A comprehensive list of archaeology blogs from the writers of the blog Past Thinking.

Middle Savagery
http://middlesavagery.wordpress.com/
Considered one of the top archaeology blogs on the internet, Middle Savagery is written by Dr. Colleen Morgan, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of York who studies digital media and archaeology.

Doug’s Archaeology
https://dougsarchaeology.wordpress.com/
This well-known blog is maintained by Doug Rocks-Macqueen and has a focus on archaeology as a profession.

The working life of the Museum of London:
http://www.mymuseumoflondon.org.uk/blogs/
Museums from the inside: this blog shows what it is really like to work at a major museum.

There is also an active body of archaeologists on various forms of social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter.

Archaeology Job Listings, Field Schools and Career Ideas

http://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com/AFW
Job listings: everything from internships and field schools to professorships.

http://www.shovelbums.org/
A well-known job site for new and experienced archaeologists in the US and Canada. Be sure to check out their field school list.

British Archaeology Jobs and Resources:
http://www.bajr.org/
Archaeology jobs, courses, and volunteer opportunities in the UK.

http://www.archaeological.org/fieldwork/afob
Archaeological fieldwork opportunities posted on the Archaeological Institute of America website.

Archaeologists mentioned in this chapter:

Lisa J. Lucero’s website at the University of Illinois:
http://www.anthro.illinois.edu/people/ljlucero

Gill Hey – Oxford Archaeology website:
http://oxfordarchaeology.com/

Rasmi Shoocongdej’s website:
http://www.rasmishoocongdej.com/
(mostly in Thai)

Douglas C. Comer’s CRM company:
http://www.culturalsite.com/

Shadreck Chirikure’s website at the University of Capetown:
http://www.archaeology.uct.ac.za/age/faculty-and-staff/shadreck-chirikure

Jonathan N. Tubb’s website at the British Museum:
http://www.britishmuseum.org/the_museum/departments/staff/middle_east/jonathan_n_tubb.aspx