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There’s Something in the Air: The Story Behind My Photo in National Geographic Online

I had a true bucket list experience recently when I learned that my research would be featured in the January 29th, 2015 post of National Geographic Online, and that a photo of me would be included in the article.  The … Continue reading

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Sacred Water, Sacred Pools, Sacred Cenotes

A 300-foot measuring tape attached to a rock is really heavy when you are treading water in the middle of a natural freshwater pool, deep in the jungle.  Note to self: bring an inner tube next time… I have spent … Continue reading

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Andrew Answers Archaeology

Why is Professor Kinkella Blogging about Archaeology Anyway? I have started this blog for two reasons:  Reason one, to answer any archaeology-related questions from my students and the general public.  Reason two, to give you a feel for what it’s … Continue reading

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