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Advances In Archaeological Practice is a quarterly, full-color, digital journal devoted to sharing creative solutions to challenges in the practice of archaeology globally.
Health and Wellness in Archaeology: Improving Readiness and Response
"One of the many things I love about the field of archaeology is how collaborations come together. A few years ago, a listserv delivered a survey to my inbox on the theme of field crew safety. I didn’t know at the time who was conducting the study, but I was really glad someone was asking questions about field hazards, safety plans, training, and medical response readiness in archaeology..." Read Becca Peixotto's blog in full.
Rethinking Research Sites as Wilderness Activity Sites: Reframing Health, Safety, and Wellness in Archaeology by Becca Peixotto, Carla Klehm, Kurt P. Eifling is published in our new issue and free to access until the end of May 2021.