Posted by: Brian | October 20, 2009

Campus Archaeology Video

Gail Nosek, in Hamline’s public relations office, has made a great video on my archaeology class. The video starts with the sound of dirt being screened, perhaps the quintessential noise of archaeology. Hearing that swish of gravel rolling around screen always makes my heart happy. My students are the real stars – explaining the class with such enthusiasm. They made what we’re doing sound meaningful and interesting. The only problem is the video was taken on a beautiful, sunny fall day. Few people will appreciate that we actually spent most of this fall digging in the mud.

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