Goodbye

Goodbye

By Katherine Hodge, Project Archaeology Interim Program Lead Hello everyone, and Happy New Year! There are a few changes happening for Project Archaeology in 2022. I have been offered a new job and accepted. This unfortunately means that I will be stepping down from...
Music and Archaeology: Woodwinds

Music and Archaeology: Woodwinds

By Katherine Hodge, Project Archaeology Interim Program Lead Besides the human voice and percussion, woodwind instruments are among some of the oldest musical instruments humans have created. Though there is a great deal of debate, the oldest woodwind instruments...
Music and Archaeology: Brass Instruments

Music and Archaeology: Brass Instruments

By Katherine Hodge, Project Archaeology Interim Program Lead This week we will be picking back up with the archaeology and music series. Today, we will be focusing on brass instruments and our final blog in this series next week will look at woodwinds. Can you...
Thanksgiving Blog: The Turkey Looks Great

Thanksgiving Blog: The Turkey Looks Great

By Katherine Hodge, Project Archaeology Interim Program Lead With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving next week, a new year is fast approaching. As is our tradition, Project Archaeology has put together some excellent, free resources on how to teach Thanksgiving in a...
Music and Archaeology: String Instruments

Music and Archaeology: String Instruments

By Katherine Hodge, Project Archaeology Interim Program Lead This week, we’ll be looking at the string instrument family.  String instruments are characterized by having strings that are caused to vibrate in some way, either by plucking or using a bow. String...