This is the first guest post in our blog series highlighting the work of Scholars participating in Networking Archaeological Data and Communities: An NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (NADAC). Below, NADAC Scholar Greta Hawes shares the journey of how her project, MANTO, transformed from idea to reality. Keep an eye on […]
The Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) Paulina Przystupa, alongside The Alexandria Archive Institute’s Executive Director, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, will share their experiences with alternative archaeological field schools at the annual Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) conference in January. If you happen to be in Oakland, CA we hope you can catch them!
Next week, the Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) Paulina F. Przystupa will attend the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) conference alongside Dr. Wade Campbell and Dr. Andrea Torvinen. Together they’ll facilitate the listening session Working with CARE and Indigenous Data Sovereignty as Accomplices and they hope you can join them.
The Data Literacy Program will share two new Data Stories this week at the Florida Public Archaeology Network’s (FPAN’s) Conference on Public Archaeology. And if you’re in Pensacola, you can playtest them both!
This summer, the NADAC team welcomed Scholars to the project’s first in-person workshop, held July 24-28 at the Badè Museum of Archaeology on the campus of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA. Anticipation was high after four months of Zoom workshops learning data management strategies, sharing resources, and drafting Data Management Plans (DMPs) remotely. […]
April’s Networking Archaeological Data and Communities (NADAC) workshop, the fourth such session of spring 2023, brought to a close the NADAC Institute’s Data Management Lifecycle series. The Data Management Lifecycle is the first of four main segments of the NADAC Institute, which runs through Fall 2024. It has been an exciting start to the program’s […]