When we started this blog, it was initially supposed to be a venue for grad students to share their thoughts about Southeastern Archaeology. I felt like we were pretty successful with that, and we built a blog that routinely gets several hundred hits per post and close to 33,000 total views.
In other words, this site has turned into a giant bullhorn, but the frequency of the posts has dropped dramatically. Why? Several of us graduated and landed jobs. So, instead of writing blog posts as a “dissertation distraction,” I make powerpoints and go to meetings. Based on my conversations with Meg, Alice, and Matt,they are doing roughly the same.
After batting a few emails around, I have decided to hand over my spot on the blog to someone else.
So, everyone, meet Morgan Smith, the person who will keep up to date on the comings and goings of Paleoindian Archaeology in the southeastern US.
Here’s the blurb from his departmental page: