Punk, Slow, and the Archaeology of Care

This weekend, I received the reviewer reports for an article that I toiled on for over 6 months. They were generous and thought provoking ..

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Voices of the Bakken (and some other cool stuff)

Last weekend, the night before the Eagles punched their ticket to the Super Bowl, a group of us got together to talk punk rock in the Trump ..

4 years ago
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Another One for The Punk [Archaeology] Bookshelf

I finally got a chance to finish reading Brian James Schill’s This Years Work in the Punk Bookshelf, or, Lusty Scripts (2017). It is a vital ..

4 years ago
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Bricolage and Performance

I was intrigued by Katy Soar and Paul-François Tremlett’s recent contribution to the World Archaeology issue on counter-archaeologies. ..

4 years ago
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Call for Papers: Archaeology and Social Justice

I was pretty excited to see the theme of this year’s Joukowsky Institute of Archaeology and the Ancient World workshop: archaeology ..

4 years ago
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Some Punk Archaeology

I was pretty excited to read Lorna-Jane Richardson’s recent critique of punk archaeology in World Archaeology. Not only was it a thoughtful ..

4 years ago
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Canadian Skateboarders and Archaeology

Punk Archaeology made an appearance at December’s Theoretical Archaeological Group (TAG) in Southampton in the United Kingdom. Robert ..

5 years ago
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Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk

2016 art by Yoshitomo Nara. The Ramones released their eponymous album on April 23, 1976, on Sire Records, and on July 4 of that same year ..

5 years ago
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Archaeological Activism

(Image: Birmingham Mail) There is a lot to be angry about in archaeology. I lumped a handful of things to be mad at into a Punk Archaeology ..

6 years ago
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Skateboard Archaeology

My daughter with her $12 skateboard-artifact In a recent Punk Archaeology post, I described my experience at Trenton, New Jersey’s ..

6 years ago
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Trenton’s “Punk Rock Flea Market”

The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle (1980) I’m a “classically trained” archaeologist with an interest in Punk ..

6 years ago
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