After working hard in the lab, our BAP folks are using their after-hours wisely by seeing the sights! Safe travels to all of our BAP team members that are away doing research this summer. Many BAP team members are presently in Russia doing lab and fieldwork, and working on a documentary of our project. We wish them a productive and fun summer!
The BAP was well represented at the AAPA Annual Meeting held in Cleveland! First photo from top left: Dr. Andrea Waters-Rist, PhD candidate Victoria van der Haas, Dr. Angela Lieverse, Dr. Daniel Temple, Dr. Hugh McKenzie, PhD candidate J. Alyssa White. A great looking crew! Thank you to Victoria van der Haas, BAP PhD Candidate, for the following live tweets! Victoria is in charge of BAP’s social media and she is doing a great job keeping everyone up-to-date on BAP [...]
Drs. Daniel Temple and Ian Scharlotta present at Baikal Archaeology Project Graduate Student Seminar
Dr. Daniel Temple and Dr. Ian Scharlotta recently presented at our first Baikal Archaeology Project Graduate Student Seminar held on January 10th at the University of Alberta. UAlberta North hosted the meeting at their beautiful space on campus. Baikal Archaeology Project Graduate Student Seminar Thursday, January 10th 9:00am-12noon Ring House 3 (UAlberta North) Dr. Daniel Temple, George Mason University Title: Persistence of Time: Resilience and Adaptability in Prehistoric Jomon Hunter-Gatherers from the Inland Sea Region of Southwestern Honshu, Japan [...]
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Temple, co-editor of a new book entitled "Hunter-Gatherer Adaptation and Resilience: A Bioarchaeological Perspective". Dan contributed three chapters: Interrogating the Alterity of Hunter-Gatherers in Bioarchaeological Context: Adaptability, Transformability, and Resilience of Hunter-Gatherers in the Past by Daniel H. Temple and Christopher M. Stojanowski Persistence of Time: Resilience and Adaptability in Prehistoric Jomon Hunter-Gatherers from the Inland Sea Region of Southwestern Honshu, Japan by Daniel H. Temple Bioarchaeological Evidence for Cultural Resilience at Point Hope, Alaska: [...]