We are very proud that the 2020 issue of Mind's Eye prominently features the work of Dr. Catherine Hoegeman. Here’s a taste of her story: Hoegeman found that liberal bishops were more lenient on issues like this. However, the terms conservative and liberal don’t follow traditional political party lines. “You can’t vote Catholic along party lines,” Hoegeman said. … [Read more...] about Congratulations to Dr. Catherine Hoegeman
By Lexi Amos, graduate student in applied anthropology at Missouri State University I am an applied anthropology graduate student and I am also the mother of an eleven-year-old son who receives special accommodations at school for a high functioning “disability”. … … [Read more...] about Special Kids
By Deseray Helton, graduate student at Missouri State University This past winter break I attended the archaeological fieldschool in Bluefields Jamaica hosted by Dr. Scott Worman and Dr. Bill Wedenoja. This fieldschool was part of the Bluefields Archaeology Project (BAP), … … [Read more...] about Benefits of Cultural Resource Management in Bluefields Bay, Jamaica
So You Dig Up Dinosaur Bones, Right? The Jamaican Field School and Public Archaeology by Laura Bruns, graduate student in Applied Anthropology, Missouri State University This past winter (December 2014-January 2015), I participated in the archaeological field school in Bluefields, … … [Read more...] about So You Dig Up Dinosaur Bones, Right?
My experience at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) in Austin, Texas was very informative and enjoyable, but the most fascinating aspect was a tour and presentation of the La Belle shipwreck and its artifacts. I was able to meet the archaeologist who was in charge of the excavation, Dr. Jim Bruseth, who gave us a presentation on his work at … [Read more...] about La Belle of the 2014 SAA Annual Meeting