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Issue 39. Critical Blogging in Archaeology

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Introduction: Critical Blogging in Archaeology - Colleen Morgan and Judith Winters

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Theme proposal received/accepted: Feb 2014; Drafts received: October 2014; Published: May 2015

Mapping the Structure of the Archaeological Web
Shawn Graham (with comments by Andrew Bevan)

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Micro-blogging and Online Community
Lorna-Jane Richardson (with comments by Gareth Beale)

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Vlog to Death: Project Eliseg's Video-Blogging
Joseph Tong, Suzanne Evans, Howard Williams, Nancy Edwards and Gary Robinson (with comments by Seren Griffiths, Mark Hall, Ben Marwick and Katy Meyers Emery)

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Online Resistance to Precarious Archaeological Labour
Sam Hardy (with comments by Paul Mullins)

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Bones, Bodies, and Blogs: Outreach and Engagement in Bioarchaeology
Katy Meyers Emery and Kristina Killgrove (with comments by Scott D. Haddow and Lisa-Marie Shillito)

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Crime, Controversy and the Comments Section: Discussing archaeological looting, trafficking, and the illicit antiquities trade online
Meg Lambert and Donna Yates (with comments by Neil Asher Silberman)

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From Blogs to Books: Blogging as Community, Practice and Platform
William Caraher and Andrew Reinhard (with comments by Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch and Michael E. Smith)

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Blogging the Field School: Teaching Digital Public Archaeology
Terry P. Brock and Lynne Goldstein (with comments by Whitney Battle-Baptiste)

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Changing the Way Archaeologists Work: Blogging and the development of expertise
Sara Perry (with comments by Whitney Battle-Baptiste and Stuart Jeffrey)

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A Figurine and its Scale, a Scale and its Figurine
Fotis Ifantidis (with comments by Jesse W. Stephen and Steven P. Ashby)

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