Hey, I Have A Question

By: Nathan Klembara *Ding* A Facebook Messenger alert. “Hey, I have a question.” It’s from a relatively new friend I made while working on a project in Spain, I’ll call him “Alberto”.  The simple message is a bit confusing in the moment.  Alberto and I message each other often, and he’s usually much more direct than this. Facebook Messenger dings again….

Editorial

By: Chelsea Blackmore I came out when I was 29 years old. At that point in my life, my world was my work-teaching, mentoring, doing research, and wondering what life would be like after graduate school. Coming out was emotional and scary as it is for most people. But in retrospect I was both fortunate…

SHA 2018 – The Winds of Change Felt in New Orleans 

By: April M. Beisaw Is there a better way to start a new year than attending a Society for Historical Archaeology conference in New Orleans? Yes, but there are worse ways too. Traveling from New York to anywhere cold in January is asking for double trouble. I was all excited to be heading south but…

Queery, where conversation gets deep and queer

By:  Gabriela Oré I am not a podcast connoisseur, but I do have some podcasts that I follow religiously. Usually they have some kind of queer content. Yes, I am a bit monothematic, but you know, it’s fine; I can keep up with politics and the rest of the world somewhere else. Among my favorite…