Experimental Archaeology in the Museum of Archaeology of Catalonia
***The Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya (MAC) was created under the Museums of Catalonia Act in 1990 by the Department of Culture of the Government of Catalonia. Its foundation dates back to 1932. The museum carries out various activities related to Experimental Archaeology projects in the fields of both education and research...
Experimental Archaeology and Tacit Learning: Textiles in the Classroom
Tanning, Tools, and Talking
This episode of The EXARC Show features Finally Friday guests Theresa Emmerich Kamper and Ian Dennis for “Tanning, Tools, and Talking”. Our guests this month bring a wealth of skills to the workshop, and have spent years teaching those skills.
Indian Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions and Attitudes to Archaeological Content in History Textbooks
Current Trends in Annual Historical Re-Enactments Events in Catalonia. Uses of Cultural Heritage
Experimental Approaches to Student Success
***An undergraduate student who hopes to secure meaningful work or pursue graduate studies needs to have excellent grades. This is true for all disciplines, but especially for niche fields like archaeology. Grades alone, however, are rarely enough. Employers and graduate schools seek candidates that are not only ‘book smart’ but who have...
Experimental Archaeology in Latvia: some Possibilities for Future Development
Experimental Archaeology in Latvia, during the past years has acquired a new direction. Although it has a long history of experimental reconstruction, best known for the excavation and rebuilding of the Late Iron Age Latgallian settlement in Āraiši by Dr. Jānis Apals, in last years, after the initiative of the current author...