RadioCIAMS is the podcast series of the Cornell Institute of Archaeology and Material Studies (CIAMS). The inaugural podcast featured osteoarchaeologist Joanna Sofaer, was recorded Feb 27, and posted Feb 28.
In these podcasts we seek to probe the critical debates in archaeology in conversation between leading practitioners and the next generation of researchers.
It’s time to think things over … Stay tuned for RadioCIAMS.
RadioCIAMS: Joanna Sofaer (University of Southampton) discusses her work on osteoarchaeology, materiality, and gender with a panel of CIAMS students (Betty Hensellek, Alex Marko, Liana Brent, John Gorcyzk) and faculty respondent, Nerissa Russell (ANTH). Recorded Thurs Feb 27, 4:30 pm, Landscapes and Objects Lab (LOL, 125 McGraw). Podcast opens below.
Adam T. Smith and Cornell Alum Rosemary Joyce appear on webcast, “Why Archaeology Matters: A Crisis in Federal Funding of Archaeological Research.“ A rejoinder to the September 30, 2013 USA Today article by House Representatives Eric Cantor and Lamar Smith that criticized government funding of science research through the National Science Foundation (NSF). Hosted by Joseph Schuldenrein.