Issue No.38 - June 2014

Issue no.38 cover
First issued: June 2014Number of articles: 6
Editorial: The British Archaeological Awards 2014
As you may have heard, _The Post Hole_ has been selected within the top three for the Best Public Presentation of Archaeology for 2014 in The British Archaeolog...
Exploring African archaeology and anthropology - an interview with Jeffrey Fleisher
*Jeffrey Fleisher works in the Anthropology department at Rice University, Texas. His main area of interest is African archaeology and, alongside Stephanie Wynn...
Public perceptions: why do so few students study archaeology?
As a third-year archaeology student at the University of York, and one with plans to study archaeology at a Masters level, I am extremely enthusiastic about the...
Working as a Finds Liaison Officer for South and West Yorkshire - an interview with Amy Downes
*Amy works as a small finds specialist working for the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS). She specialises in metal artefacts. It is her role to liaise with th...
Integrated Archaeology and the student conference experience
The 29th May is an unusual day, beginning with Assessed Lectures from 09:30 for my fellow University of York Bioarchaeology and Zooarchaeology Masters students ...
Landscape surveying and current archaeology – an interview with David Roberts
*David Roberts studied a BA in Archaeology and an MA in Landscape Archaeology at York University. Having dug in both France and the UK, David Roberts main inter...

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