When It’s Not about Turkey and Football: Review of The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving by Larry Spotted Crow Mann

Posted by Edward V. Curtin on November 26, 2014 in Book Reviews |

Buffer  Neempau:  “Well that’s fine, Sis, but why don’t you at least tell your kids the truth?  They don’t know anything about the true history of our people.” Keenah:  “Tell them what, Neempau?  What truth?  That the white people have tried to exterminate us since they got off the boat?  How they almost killed us […]


Understanding Chert in the Mid-Hudson Valley: A Note on a Recent Workshop and Field Trip

Posted by Edward V. Curtin on November 17, 2014 in Archaeology |

Buffer    On November 1, 2014 a group of archaeologists and geologists participated in a workshop on chert at the New York State Museum, and then left in a caravan of cars, trucks and vans for a field trip to chert-bearing sites located in Greene and Ulster Counties.  This is the second of a projected […]

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Archaeological Memoir: Sharing Our Histories on Social Media

Posted by Edward V. Curtin on November 13, 2014 in Archaeology |

Buffer  Arguably, archaeology is one of the youngest sciences, and one that has expanded enormously since the 1970s.  It seems imperative to me that archaeologists document their profession, especially involving their own careers, and be aware of the important role of social media in doing so. As I reflect on articles I have posted, I realize […]

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