https://soundcloud.com/drunkarchaeology/episode2
YAY! Here’s the second episode of the Drunk Archaeology podcast! In this 65-min program, Donna Yates of anonymousswisscollector.com, Meg Lambert of traffickingculture.org, and Sarah Parcak of the Laboratory for Global Observation talk about looting and the illicit trade of antiquities. While drinking “Buried Treasure” and “Tomb Raiders”. In Scotland.

https://soundcloud.com/drunkarchaeology/episode2

YAY! Here’s the second episode of the Drunk Archaeology podcast! In this 65-min program, Donna Yates of anonymousswisscollector.com, Meg Lambert of traffickingculture.org, and Sarah Parcak of the Laboratory for Global Observation talk about looting and the illicit trade of antiquities. While drinking “Buried Treasure” and “Tomb Raiders”. In Scotland.

This is the pilot episode of the Drunk Archaeology podcast, and features guests Profs. Eric Poehler and Francesca Tronchin as they spend an hour talking about the history and archaeology of Pompeii. NSFW for language. And “safety penises”. Download or stream for free. (Note on the audio: After 10 minutes, the primary audio recording software cut out, so the balance of the podcast is mastered from the back-up iPhone recording. We’ll use different software next time.) “Morning After” special feature follows immediately after the podcast ends. Tronchin also adds an addendum: “Between the time Spinazzola’s manuscript got bombed in Milan and Aurigemma reconstituted it, Spinazzola actually died!” All opinions are from the guests and host, and do not necessarily reflect those of the institutions at which the three have day-jobs. This is an independent thing. Follow on Twitter @drunkarchaeo. Feel free to email questions, comments, recipes, etc., to drunkarchaeology@gmail.com.

This is the pilot episode of the Drunk Archaeology podcast, and features guests Profs. Eric Poehler and Francesca Tronchin as they spend an hour talking about the history and archaeology of Pompeii. NSFW for language. And “safety penises”. Download or stream for free. (Note on the audio: After 10 minutes, the primary audio recording software cut out, so the balance of the podcast is mastered from the back-up iPhone recording. We’ll use different software next time.) “Morning After” special feature follows immediately after the podcast ends. Tronchin also adds an addendum: “Between the time Spinazzola’s manuscript got bombed in Milan and Aurigemma reconstituted it, Spinazzola¬†actually died!” All opinions are from the guests and host, and do not necessarily reflect those of the institutions at which the three have day-jobs. This is an independent thing. Follow on Twitter @drunkarchaeo. Feel free to email questions, comments, recipes, etc., to drunkarchaeology@gmail.com.

Hello (Archaeological) World!

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Welcome to the Drunk Archaeology tumblr for the DA podcast which will premier late in July 2014. Modeled loosely after the wildly popular Drunk History series, Drunk Archaeology will initially be an audio-only podcast featuring archaeologists doing what they do best: drinking and then talking shop. Each week will feature either a one-on-one interview with a drunk archaeologist, or a panel of drunk archaeologists tackling questions about archaeology, cultural heritage, higher education, and theory, not to mention various retellings of ancient tales and a sharing of secrets divulged only by the drunk.

Andrew R., punk archaeologist without borders, archaeological publisher, and archaeological gamer, will host the podcast each week. Episodes will feature in-depth, drunken discussion, a drunk lightning round of questions, drunk archaeology sing-a-longs, drunk name-that-archaeologist contests, and much, much more. Podcasts will be hosted on Soundcloud and linked to the tumblr and to Twitter. Ultimately there will be YouTube videos, as well as a free podcast channel via iTunes.

If you would like to be on a Drunk Archaeology panel, or want to be interviewed by Andrew on a variety of archaeological topics, or if you have topics or questions that you’d love to have drunk archaeologists answer, send an email to drunkarchaeology@gmail.com. Archaeology-inspired cocktail recipes are also welcome.

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