ArchaeoDirt is for the early career archaeologist and the interested public. As a young archaeologist, I've had to learn a lot the hard way. From picking a field school to outfitting myself with the proper gear, I have experienced a lot of trial and error. I'm here to save you some of that same trial and error. Here at ArchaeoDirt, I hope to share the bits of wisdom I've accumulated in order to increase understanding of what archaeology is and why it matters among both future archaeologists and the general public.
About the Author:
My name is Anna Schneider, and I run ArchaeoDirt. I am a an archaeologist working in the American Southwest.
Academically, I'm interested in the southern Southwest, northern Mexico, frontiers and borderlands, ground stone, cultural resource management, historical archaeology, and public outreach. Personally, I love live music, running, and hiking.
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Banner Image: Babocomari polychrome sherds, Amerind Museum, Dragoon, Arizona
Background Image: Masonry at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico