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Jim Grant, co-author of The Archaeology Coursebook, discusses what makes this book unique, what’s new in the fourth edition, and how the field has developed since the book's first publication over a decade ago.
Adam Rogers, author of The Archaeology of Roman Britain: Biography and Identity, discusses his research and his thoughts on the present and future of Roman and Romano-British archaeology.
Robert Chapman and Alison Wylie, co-editors of Material Evidence: Learning from Archaeological Practice, discuss how archaeologists use physical traces and surviving objects as evidence of what happened in the past.
William Carruthers, editor of Histories of Egyptology: Interdisciplinary Measures, discusses his research and the complicated ethics of buying and selling ancient artifacts.
Innes McCartney, author of The Maritime Archaeology of a Modern Conflict: Comparing the Archaeology of German Submarine Wrecks to the Historical Text, discusses how the study of shipwrecks can reshape our understanding of past events.