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  • ISSN: 2326-3768 (Online)
  • Editors: Sarah Herr Desert Archaeology, Inc., USA , Christina Rieth New York State Museum, USA and Sjoerd van der Linde Studio Louter, Netherlands
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Advances In Archaeological Practice is a quarterly, full-color, digital journal devoted to sharing creative solutions to challenges in the practice of archaeology globally.

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  • Early American dogs from the Midwest
  • 01 March 2019, Angela Perri and Chris Widga
  • There are some things that we take for granted, but for those of us who own dogs, our pets aren’t one of them.…
  • Why do fewer women than men apply for grants after their PhD?
  • 24 September 2018, Lynne Goldstein
  • The Paper of the Month from the Society of American Archaeology is “WHY DO FEWER WOMEN THAN MEN APPLY FOR GRANTS AFTER THEIR PHDS” from the journal Why conduct a study about gender disparities in archaeological grant submissions?  Various studies have documented an increase in the proportion of women in academic archaeology among early and mid-career academics.…...

    


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