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I'd also like to thank everyone on here who has supported my work so far, I appreciate it so much!

For those asking about additional ways to support my work, I have a PayPal set up for any tips or donations: paypal.me/archaeologyfitz

But don't feel obligated lol. Just sharing my content helps as well!

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ArchaeoAnimals is live! Its my new from the Archaeology Podcast Network. We'll be dropping new episodes every first Tuesday of the month and covering all things zooarchaeology - from ancient farm animals to weird dog skulls!

Check out our newest episodes now: archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

Hi folks! As part of a paper that I'll be presenting next weekend about the display of animal remains in museums, I've created this very informal survey just to get a feel for what others think about the subject - feel free to fill out and pass around: surveymonkey.co.uk/r/G563SDJ

New episode alert! We talk all about birds, why they can sometimes be a pain for archaeologists, and then bum everyone out with the sad story of the Great Auk. Listen at the link below, or download wherever you get your podcasts!
archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

I'd also like to thank everyone on here who has supported my work so far, I appreciate it so much!

For those asking about additional ways to support my work, I have a PayPal set up for any tips or donations: paypal.me/archaeologyfitz

But don't feel obligated lol. Just sharing my content helps as well!

A long time ago, on a podcast far, far away...we finally take a long and exhausting look at (zoo)archaeology in Star Wars! Download wherever you get podcasts, or at the link below: archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

Also, just in time for the holiday season (and for the Archaeology Podcast Network's 5th birthday), our latest episode of takes a look at the archaeology of feasting! Download at the link below or wherever you get your podcasts!

archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

And finally, here's my last blog post for a while (writing up your PhD is hard, okay!) - I wrote about the book "Superior" and why just recognising that racism and colonialism in science exists won't be enough: animalarchaeology.com/2019/11/

Hi everyone! Apologies, but I've been busy so here's a buncha stuff I've done in the past month!

New podcast episode! We talk about pigs today - I go on a rant about the nightmare that is pig teeth, Simona gets really into Roman tax law, and I guess we have to mention that feral hog meme too.‬

‪Listen at our website or wherever you get podcasts: archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

I wrote a very personal piece about being an Asian American archaeologist for Sister STEM and Science Rising's latest series on politics, identity, and STEM.

sisterstem.org/2019/09/16/to-b

New episode! We talk about native and introduced species, how this is reflected in the archaeological record, and learn a terrifying fact about one of our co-hosts. ‬

‪Download wherever you get your podcasts, or listen here: www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/animals

New blog post (finally!) - I wrote about looting artefacts in the world of Harry Potter because honestly, I've been worried about it for years and the entire Wizarding World economy might be derived from stolen treasure so...? animalarchaeology.com/2019/08/

The newest episode of is up! Simona and Alex finally get to be experts in this fun episode imagining the zooarchaeologies of video games! Using the hundreds (and, if you're Alex, THOUSANDS) of hours of gaming experience, Simona and Alex go through popular video game series and try to reconstruct and compare some of the weirder creatures you encounter.

Listen at the link below, or wherever you get your podcasts!
archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/

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