- creating a poster for the annual NAACP Martin Luther King Day breakfast about excavations at Malaga Island and my current research at Peterborough… and standing at the entrance to the breakfast (attended by 500+ people) and discussing it.
-(hopefully) submitting my impending thesis chapter that compares/uses Malaga Island and Peterborough for the exhibit on Malaga that is opening at the Maine State Museum in May as additional reading material.
-doing a poster/talk for Thinking Matters (USM student research symposium) in April.
-speaking at the Maine Archaeological Society Meeting in April about Peterborough research… and maybe trying to get myself in on the next meeting at the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology.
-writing my EFFING THESIS. ahhhhhahaha. :(
I hope to add “attending the SAA” in there, but I don’t think I can afford it. Shit.
that i’m super glad i actually read the entire 600-ish pages of Trigger’s A History of Archaeological Thought and underlined and took notes in the margins when i read it in 2008. because it is making this part of my thesis so much easier to write (and i totally don’t give a fuck that i’m only really citing him, cause he’s THE fucking dude when it comes to this).
also, i still have a crush on ian hodder.
i like “can i look at your MASS-turbation?”
get it? mass-turbation? bio-turbation?