Underground History: Journals In The Digital Age
The advances in technology mean practices in archaeology are evolving. It also means the methods to communicate the results of archaeology are broader than they used to be.
In this month's edition of Underground History, we meet Chris Matthews, who edits Historical Archaeology, the journal of the Society for Historical Archaeology. He and Lynn Hunter Gamble talk about the changing world of archaeological journals. Mark Tveskov, the director of the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology and an Underground History regular, is along for the discussion again.