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Lightning Strikes: Archaeology and the Public

by Bernard K. Means Earlier this year, I organized a public archaeology session at The Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) annual meeting in Seattle, Washington, that consisted of a series of 3-or-so minute presentations by a dozen presenters. The session was entitled Can Lightning Strike Twice? Thrice? Sharing Tips and Tricks for Engaging the Public and … Continue reading