Interview at Archaeology, Museums & Outreach

Last week I was lucky enough to participate on a post for Robert Connolly’s blog Archaeology, Museums & Outreach.   I’ve been following Robert’s posts and twitter feed for some time now, as he writes about making museums and anthropology as accessible as possible to the public.  His posts intelligently debate the topics of education, museums, anthropology, and history.  His great curating eye (his day job is Director of the C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa, Memphis, Tennessee, after all) means that his blog combines not only his own thought-provoking original posts but the best content from the larger anthropology/museum online network.

It was great to work with him!  Here’s the link for the post: Interview at Archaeology, Museums & Outreach

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