Cutting corners in cultural resource management archaeology hurts everybody 4

Tweet I just finished listening to Episode 37 of the CRM Archaeology Podcast. The last 10 minutes of the show reminded me of a salient story. One day, I was sitting at my cubicle in one of the many beneficent CRM archaeology companies I used to work for when one […]

How does cutting corners hurt our cultural resource management


Succinct Research 2013 Review and 2014 Prospectus

Tweet Last month, Doug Rocks-MacQueen asked the archaeology blogospere why we all decided to start blogs. In case you didn’t’ read my response, I started this blog as a way to help other archaeologists find and keep jobs in cultural resource management, historic preservation, and heritage conservation. I felt like […]

CRM Archaeology Podcast Recap, November 2013

Tweet Is college worth it? That seems to be the question of our generation. In November, panelists on the CRM archaeology podcast discussed getting into graduate school. A college degree is considered necessary for work as a CRMer, but an increasing number of CRMers are getting graduate degrees. There are […]



Sexism, CRM archaeology, and the Male Response

Tweet A few weeks ago, I received a lot of input from other female archaeologists because of some comments I made about Episode 18 of the CRM Archaeology Podcast. Nearly all of these comments were negative (including the ones from my non-archaeologist wife). Every female CRM archaeologist I’ve spoken to […]

CRM Archaeology Podcast Recap, August 2013

Tweet Have you ever had a conversation with someone that left you thinking about it for days afterward? The two CRM Archaeology Podcast episodes recorded in August, 2013 both made me feel that way. In case you (somehow) hadn’t heard, the CRM Archaeology Podcast is the most frequently downloaded podcast […]



CRM Archaeology Podcast Recap: May 2013

Tweet In May, the CRM Archaeology Podcast continued to tackle important issues for people working in CRM archaeology, historic preservation, and heritage conservation. In case you didn’t know, the podcast is produced bi-weekly by Chris Webster, Principal Investigator at DigTech, LLC in Reno, Nevada (http://www.digtech-llc.com) and features a cast of […]

CRM Archaeology Podcast Recap: March 2013

Tweet In case you didn’t already know, there’s a new archaeology podcast online. It started in late 2012 and, after some remodels and improvements, the CRM Archaeology Podcast has stormed into the Year of the Snake. And just like the Chinese zodiac Snake sign tells us, the podcast is keen, […]