Tomorrow is the 2012 day of archaeology. The day when you can find out about loads of cool archaeological work being done around the world. Check the Day of Archaeology 2012 website regularly for archaeology photos, video, and audio. Iza and I will contribute something about the agent-based network modelling we are doing now at the University of Auckland. More about that later.
From the Day of Archaeology 2012 website:
This year’s Day of Archaeology is scheduled for Friday June 29, 2012! Last year’s event had contributions from over 400 archaeologists, and almost 450 separate posts which included lots of photos, video, audio and more of archaeological work taking place all round the world. You can read more about it at About the Project, but the hope is that by raising awareness about the truly diverse nature of archaeology through the information contained in the contributions to the Day of Archaeology, we will also in turn emphasize the vital role that archaeology plays in preserving our past for everyone’s future.
So please join us on the 29th June and find out what archaeologists really get up to! *¡Este año, puedes participar también en español!*