Monthly Archives: June 2012

Big MANnequin

I’m in a giddy, slap-happy mood. So I thought I’d post a strange photo from my archives. While I was in Northern Wisconsin a few years ago I stopped by a local museum to view their exhibits. When I asked … Continue reading

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Wendake

Kwe! I just got back from a conference in Wendake, the Huron-Wendat Reserve in Quebec City.  There’s so much that I want to write about from this trip, but I need to figure out how to organize my thoughts.  So … Continue reading

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Archaeology in Ontario

I’ll be heading to Quebec next week for a conference in Wendake, organized by the Wendat community that lives there. I’m quite excited and nervous about the conference, but I’ll blog about that later. Tonight, I just wanted to post … Continue reading

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My Fantastic Four

Since I’ve been posting so much about Marvel Comics lately, it seems only right to pull this photo out of my archives. If you’ve never worked in the field, you may not realize just how slap-happy people can get. But … Continue reading

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Role Models and First Dates

A friend of mine went on a date recently and mentioned that while the person was nice, there wasn’t going to be a second date. Not abnormal, that’s how a lot of first dates go. Then he also mentioned that … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces

This is a picture of me taken several years ago in London, England alongside the Thames River.  While much of the Thames is just between two walls, there are areas in town were there is a semblance of beach. If … Continue reading

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More thoughts on X-men action figures and biological anthropology

After I made my post last week about using the X-Men to teach students about how we define humans AS humans, I was talking with some geology friends and came up with another teaching tool from this story that I … Continue reading

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