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Our Amelia Earhart Indiegogo campaign has launched!

Our Amelia Earhart Indiegogo campaign has launched!Help send our film team to Nikumaroro Island with the expedition to find more evidence that Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, landed there and were marooned and died back in 1937.  Conclusive evidence might come to light on this trip and we will be there to…See More
Tuesday
Rick Pettigrew posted a blog post

Amelia Earhart fundraiser to launch 9/19/16

You can help our film crew join the search for Amelia Earhart! Our Indiegogo fundraising campaign begins September 19 and will last just one month. The funds will pay for us to secure a place on the expedition ship and film the research team in June and July 2017 as they voyage to the Pacific island of Nikumaroro, where Amelia very likely landed and survived for a time in 1937. This expedition, which includes some serious archaeological fieldwork, could bring home conclusive evidence that the…See More
Sep 8
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Portraits of Humanity features Herculaneum scrolls and Western miner

Friends and colleagues: See x-ray technology reading carbonized papyrus scrolls and track down a colorful 19th century miner in the August 2016 edition of Strata: Portraits of Humanity, available online and on TV:(1) About 2000 years ago, Mt. Vesuvius in southern Italy exploded, carbonizing a private library in Herculaneum. The papyrus scrolls are extremely fragile and many have been damaged. Using technology similar to a CAT scan, two specialists have been able to look through the scrolls, one…See More
Aug 22
Anita Cohen-Williams posted a blog post

Position Opening: Director, Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute

Position Opening: Director, Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI), Nicosia, Cyprus. To begin 1 July 2017.The Institute: Founded in 1978, the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI) is an American not-for- profit organization located in Nicosia, Cyprus. The mission of CAARI is to promote the study and knowledge of Cypriot archaeology and related disciplines. With a newly expanded and technologically outfitted library space, CAARI is one of the most important…See More
Aug 20
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Position Opening: Director, Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute

Position Opening: Director, Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI), Nicosia, Cyprus. To begin 1 July 2017.The Institute: Founded in 1978, the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI) is an American not-for- profit organization located in Nicosia, Cyprus. The mission of CAARI is to promote the study and knowledge of Cypriot archaeology and related disciplines. With a newly expanded and technologically outfitted library space, CAARI is one of the most important…See More
Aug 20
Rick Pettigrew posted a blog post

Second Call for Entries: TAC Festival 2017

To our film producer and distributor friends:We remind you now to submit your film entries for the 2017 edition of The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival.  This is the only international competition for this genre in the entire Western Hemisphere and a wonderful showcase for your work.  Our deadline for receipt of entries is October 15, 2016.  Film screenings for TAC Festival 2017 take place May 4-7, 2017, in the Recital Hall at The Shedd Institute here in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  You…See More
Aug 9
Christopher Fennell posted a blog post

TOC, J. of African Diaspora Archaeology & Heritage, July 2016 Issue

Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage, Vol. 5, Issue 2 (July 2016) now availableOur July 2016 issue of the Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage is available online. http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/yjaf20/5/2Archaeology of African Diaspora Contexts in Brazil Special Collection, edited by Luís Cláudio P. SymanskiTable of ContentsIntroduction: Archaeology of African Diaspora Contexts in Brazil Luís Cláudio P.…See More
Aug 5
Rick Pettigrew posted a blog post

Strata: Portraits of Humanity features ancient Saxon sword and more

Friends and colleagues: See the replication of an ancient Saxon sword and unique historical features in Idaho and Scotland in the July 2016 edition of Strata: Portraits of Humanity, available online and on TV:(1) The Birch Creek Charcoal Kilns are a group of beehive-shaped clay charcoal kilns near Leadore, Idaho, built in 1886 to produce charcoal to smelt lead and silver ore from the nearby Viola Mine.  (2) Brora, Scotland, is where a volunteer-based excavation recorded the town’s historic salt…See More
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Jul 5
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Strata: Portraits of Humanity features ancient Australia and Alexandrian coins

Friends and colleagues: Explore ancient Australia and witness the replication of coins from old Alexandria in the June 2016 edition of Strata: Portraits of Humanity, available online and on TV:(1) The Australian landscape may look unchanged, but its fossils and cave paintings tell a hidden story.  Forty to fifty thousand years ago, three major events occurred: people arrived in Australia, the environment changed, and several species went extinct.  (2) In the summer of 2009, a team of…See More
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