Plans for TheArchaeologySite.com (“The Site”) quickly took shape in a field notebook during a lunch break in August of 2017. As we inhaled our lunches while sitting on our box screens in a circle, conversation that day centered on the lack of an archaeology website that allows all sides of the profession to connect in a meaningful way. Thus the concept of our multi-contributor blog with a wide swath of professional experience, backgrounds, geographic locations, and specialties emerged.

In addition to the blog, The Site provides resources to aid in job hunting, professional development, field and lab work, and more.

We thank you for your visit and invite you to check back regularly as we work to generate content ahead of our official launch in 2018.

-TheArchaeologySite.com Team