The first post in the Blogging archaeology blog carnival.
Doug Rocks-Macqueen is running an archaeology blogging carnival to coincide with the 2014 SAA conference which features a Blogging in Archaeology session. For full details see Doug’s blog post. In the run up to the session, a question will be posted each month and folk will reply through the medium of their blogs. Neat idea, eh?
As each question arises, I will do my best to respond to some or all of them, time permitting. Given the broad range of blogging archaeologists out there, there should be a varied and interesting bunch of responses. Hopefully a great contribution to the conference session.
There’s also the hashtag #blogarch for the carnival and the conference session.
For the 3rd year running, I’ve blogged for the Day of Archaeology project, which is an amazing project, recording a snapshot each year of what archaeologists were doing on a particular day, this year on Friday 26th July 2013.