The other day I watched an episode of Digging for Britain and, rather like when one sees a beautiful cake and can almost taste it, I found my hand curling as if round a trowel handle! I watched the people excavating and I wished so much I was in the field. I often wish this … Continue reading 29th March 2023: Field-tripping!
10th March 2023: Decolonizing as process in teaching and learning archaeology and heritage
Decolonization, as Tuck and Yang (2012) so brilliantly highlight, is not a metaphor, and in my teaching in the last couple of weeks this has been really clearly highlighted. I’ve been working on decolonizing my teaching for some time and I’m really inspired by some of the papers that came out in the last couple … Continue reading 10th March 2023: Decolonizing as process in teaching and learning archaeology and heritage