Category: News

CfAS at the SAAs

The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) annual meeting is loud, rambunctious, and invigorating. With more than 4,600 attendees, the New Orleans meeting did not disappoint. CfAS took advantage of the

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Human Bridges interview with Gary Feinman

Recently, Jan Ritch-Frel, Executive Director of the Independent Media Institute, interviewed Gary Feinman, MacArthur Curator of Mesoamerican, Central American, and East Asian Anthropology at the Field Museum of Natural History

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War and Cultural Heritage

In a recent article in the Conversation, Ian Kuijt, Pavio Shydiovskyi, and William Donaruma document the on-going destruction of cultural heritage in Ukraine as the result of the Russian invasion.

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The IPCC Special Report on Cities

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will produce a dedicated special report on cities and climate change as part of its next assessment cycle. In a recent letter to Science,

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Creation Myths and Soils

CfAS Associate, Jeff Homburg, recently published an interesting paper with Sabine Grunwald and Eric Brevik discussing the linkages between creation myths of select First Nations of North America and soils/earth.

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cyberSW and SKOPE Now Work Together

Two web applications that invaluable for synthetic research in the Southwest US, cyberSW and SKOPE, are now interoperable. cyberSW is an online database that integrates Southwest US archaeological data from

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