We have some news about recent publications and talks relating to our work in archaeological data publishing. These all share common themes about how to make archaeological data more useful and easier to reuse. Article in PNAS The first publication, an article in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science (PNAS) by Eric Kansa […]
Mayhaps you’ve had a manuscript marinating? Potentially you’ve been pondering potsherd patterning? Or digging around in your data? Are you wondering how to turn these tidbits into some archaeological writing? Well, have we got some inspiration for you!
The Alexandria Archive Institute / Open Context (AAI/OC) is pleased to announce a call for applications for Networking Archaeological Data and Communities (NADAC), an NEH-funded Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities. During virtual and in-person meetings over two years, participants in NADAC will bridge theoretical and practical aspects of data. Participants will have an opportunity to work […]
Similar to other thematic months, like National Arts & Humanities Month, or artistic creative endeavors, such as the 100 Days project, NaNoWriMo is a limited-duration writing project. For archaeologists, we have ArchWriMo and this year the AAI will be posting inspirational prompts in celebration!
We had a busy summer here at the Data Literacy Program (DLP). Between sharing our Fall 2022 Table of Contents, publishing updates to the Alexandria Archives’ News, and prepping our It’s All in the Wrist (Bones) Data Story, we’ve done a lot during the third quarter of 2022. But … was that everything we did?
Have you been itching to illustrate? Craving some cooking? Or daring to dance? Are you wondering how you could make these inclinations archaeological? Well, have we got some inspiration for you!