15 Questions With An Archeologist
About This Show
15 Questions With An Archeologist podcast
This podcast 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.
Please join us for fun and we may all learn something as well.
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Dr. Sarah Sherwood: 15 Questions with an Archeologist
Dr. Sarah Sherwood 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. In the Midsouth, she is particularly interested in Middle Woodland and monumental architecture. In Eastern Europe she primarily works in Romania and Serbia on “urban” tells where Neolithic and later Bronze Age people congregated. Her focus there is on stratigraphy and the anthropogenic sediments that reveal daily activities and spatial organization, primarily using soil/sediment micromorphology. All of this research is carried out in collaboration with her Sewanee students, regional graduate students, and her archaeology and geology colleagues. From http://www.sewanee.edu/academics/environmental-studies/facstaff/sherwood.php We would love to get your feedback! Email HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! Tweet: I just listened to 15 Questions with an Archeologist! http://ctt.ec/fkV5f+ If you enjoyed this episode head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! Ways to subscribe to 15 Questions with an Archeologist. Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher Read more at SEAC