Podcast: A Peek behind the Scenes

To celebrate both the European Archaeology Days and the release of our 20th episode, #FinallyFriday went live to record a special behind-the-scenes chat with our hosts. 

Matilda Siebrecht is currently doing her PhD at the University of Groningen, using microwear analysis to investigate the manufacture and use of Paleo-Inuit bone and ivory tools from Arctic Canada. Phoebe Baker is currently completing her masters in Early Prehistory and Human Origins at the University of York, focusing on the use of adhesives in prehistoric clothing...

The TEFRA Archaeological Research Project

EXARC member Yannis Chatzikonstantinou is part of an interdisciplinary research team that looks at the technology and the bio-anthropology of the use of fire on human remains in the Aegean.

The project, which started earlier this year, is funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation in the framework of the 2nd Call for H. F. R. I.'s Research Projects to Support Faculty Members and Researchers. The principal investigator is associate professor Dr. Sevasti Triantaphyllou from the Department of Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR)...

EAD 2022 met Podcast

Last Sunday, 19 June 2022, our podcast MCs Matilda Siebrecht and Phoebe Baker went live on Facebook and Instagram to celebrate both the European Archaeology Days (EAD) 2022 and the release of our 20th #FinallyFriday episode.

This online live event was part of the European Archaeology Days 2022 that took place that weekend. EXARC encourages its members to participate because it helps them to reach a larger audience but this year, wanted to join in on the fun as well. The EAD are a long weekend dedicated to archaeology in all its forms...