Now that I’ve dropped out of my Ph.D. program (i.e. ruined my life), I have time to update my writing portfolio. One of the projects I’ve contributed to is NatureVolve.
We’re now one week into 2021, and The Jaguar and Allies’ sixth full year of operation. In this post I’m going to briefly look back over 2020, and then describe what’s on the horizon for myself and this blog.
COVID-19 officially sucks. Thankfully, Rob Nelson is posting great content at StoneAgeMan to help you get through this quarantine, and one of those pieces is a new article by yours truly.
Rob Nelson, owner of Untamed Science and now StoneAgeMan, has recently published another of my articles on his revamped website. This post focuses on tree-ring dating, or dendrochronology – a powerful archaeological dating technique.
Happy World Wildlife Day! I believe I’ve set a world record for time elapsed between blog posts, as it’s been three weeks since my last entry. Here’s what’s been going on, along with some exciting news.
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve just had another article published on StoneAgeMan! This latest post begins a discussion on archaeological dating methods, because learning about the past requires solid procedures for determining how old objects are.
Hello everybody, I hope you all had a great holiday season! I spent the holidays working on a new article for StoneAgeMan, which is now online. It’s about how archaeologists excavate sites.
Those who’ve been following me for a while will know that I hate posting multiple times a day. Thus, when I do so, there’s always a good reason for it. I’m posting a second time today to let you know that I’ve just had another article published on StoneAgeMan!