I am a full-time professor of archaeology at Moorpark College in Southern California, with specialties in the ancient Maya, underwater archaeology, and local California (Chumash) culture. I began this blog in order to answer common questions my students have about the world of archaeology, while also having some fun relating stories from my experiences as an archaeologist in the Mayan jungle. When I am not busy researching life in the past, I enjoy life in the present with my wife and two kids.
- The Students of MCAP: A Decade of the Moorpark College Archaeology Program
- Baby Needs New Hardcore Archaeological Footwear: Thoughts on Boots for the Archaeologist
- There’s Something in the Air: The Story Behind My Photo in National Geographic Online
- Kinkella’s Backpack Checklist of What to Bring on an Archaeological Dig
- Why the Isuzu Trooper is the Best Archaeology Field Vehicle Ever
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