This blog started as a place to record some of my thought processes as I progressed through my PhD. I completed my thesis in 2014 and have since started to use this blog to talk about what i’m up to and my experiences of academia in general. I try not to use it as a place to have a grumble, though some of the posts take a turn in that direction.
I think posts fall into a few broad categories: sound/ multisensory archaeology and experience, digital archaeology, medieval stuff (mostly castles), conferences, other work I do (graffiti and survey), and my thoughts about academia.
I aim to post as quickly as I can as I often use blog writing as a way of getting my head around an idea. Therefore, the English in my posts does not always live up to rigorous academic English.