Archaeologists start blogging in Leiden Archaeology Blog
The Leiden Faculty of Archaeology has recently launched its own research blog. In the Leiden Archaeology Blog, our researchers share their activities with peers and the general public.
A blog of diets and fire
The blogs goes live with five wildly different posts:
- PhD candidate Lennart Kruijer reflects on the traces archaeological fieldwork leave on his hands;
- Fellow PhD Andy Ciofalo takes us to a sunny, warm environment, reconstructing culinary identities in the Caribbean;
- Researcher Andrew Sorensen sheds light on the origins of fire-making with a burning passion;
- PhD candidate Bjørn Peare Bartholdy shares the details of a remarkable experiment on spit, tartar, and burial;
- Master's student Alexander Mohns takes us to undocumented, threatened petroglyphs in Pakistan.
Every two weeks, a new blog post will be published. Check out the blog at leidenarchaeologyblog.nl.