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April 24, 2018

Political Constructions of Time and History

Archaeological attention to the differing intersections of time, space, and material culture has much to…
Archaeological attention to the differing intersections of time, space, and material culture has much to offer the social sciences in…
April 17, 2018

Public Lands Policy under the Trump Administration

Public land policy has taken a familiar direction under the Trump administration, yet deviated from…
Public land policy has taken a familiar direction under the Trump administration, yet deviated from that direction in ways not…
April 10, 2018

Creating a Culture of Faculty Writing on Campus

For faculty across disciplines, the processes of writing for publication are often mysterious. To strengthen…
For faculty across disciplines, the processes of writing for publication are often mysterious. To strengthen a faculty “writing culture” on…
April 03, 2018

Food Insecurity and the Student-Athlete

Student-athletes are going hungry—just as many college students are going hungry.
Student-athletes are going hungry—just as many college students are going hungry.
March 27, 2018

Glacial Melting Isn’t Someone Else’s Problem

As many glaciers throughout the world are retreating at faster rates, they have become powerful…
As many glaciers throughout the world are retreating at faster rates, they have become powerful symbols of global warming. But…
March 12, 2018

Margins and Centers in Central Mexican History

It is a scholarly truism that the margins often offer privileged views of historical transformation…
It is a scholarly truism that the margins often offer privileged views of historical transformation . . . 
March 06, 2018

With It but Out of It: Relevance in Academic Publishing

Time moves on and academic publication is often quite slow. Distemporalities are perhaps inevitable.
Time moves on and academic publication is often quite slow. Distemporalities are perhaps inevitable.
February 20, 2018

Who Is Listening? Gun Violence on Campus

A repost in the wake of the tragic February 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman…
A repost in the wake of the tragic February 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland,…
February 13, 2018

Four Questions about The Lapidary’s Nosegay

Lara Candland answers the questions she's been most frequently asked about her new volume of…
Lara Candland answers the questions she's been most frequently asked about her new volume of poetry, The Lapidary's Nosegay, and…
February 06, 2018

Uncovering a Maya Megalopolis: What the PACUNAM LiDAR Initiative Reveals…

In one of the most remarkable developments in Maya archaeology in decades, the PACUNAM LiDAR (“Light Detection…
In one of the most remarkable developments in Maya archaeology in decades, the PACUNAM LiDAR (“Light Detection and Ranging”) initiative has revealed…
January 30, 2018

How Archaeologists Uncover History With Trees

From the stunning precision of tree-ring dates to the rich tapestry of Native American oral…
From the stunning precision of tree-ring dates to the rich tapestry of Native American oral history, we know in astonishing…

 

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