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It’s a celebration as Kody, Sean, and Ian wrap up Season 1 and discuss the unlikelihood of developing and hosting a podcast. They provide behind-the-scenes insights into this rambling production and solicit you, the kind listener, for ideas and suggestions for Season 2 of The Transect. This episode is full of laughs, introspection, remembrance, and…
 
Part IX – Getting Curious with George It’s the New Year, and The Transect keeps rolling along. Tune is as Sean, Kody, and Ian sit down with the Chair of the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University – Dr. George P. Nicholas. We chat about his early years in the northeastern United States and his own transformation in Kamloops, BC where l…
 
OK. For some reason, field season began in October this year, and everyone had to scramble hard to find time out of the field to put this together, but here it is! The long awaited Michael Klassen episode. The magnanimous Gary Shandling of archaeology – Dr. Michael Klassen – joins The Transect crew as Sean, Kody, and Ian discuss Michael’s early yea…
 
Dear listeners, Apologies for the delay in getting this up! As a reward for your patience, this week is a real treat. At age 58, Wayne Point of the Musqueam Nation is a mischievous ranconteur and elder-in-training. His depth of archaeological practice and experience is second to none in the Lower Mainland of Vancouver, BC. Tune is as Wayne chats wi…
 
Sean, Kody, and Ian welcome the fantastic Karen Rose Thomas of Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Karen discusses archaeology from an Indigenous perspective, her big recent grad speech, motherhood, finding accomplices in decolonizing archaeology, and her future research as she undertakes a graduate degree at UBC. Karen is fun, wise, and engaging. Guest appeara…
 
Prince Rupert in the house! Jay is an anthropologist who works for a First Nation and is an expert in Environmental Assessments (EA) and Cumulative Effects. Sean, Kody, and Ian try to wrap their feeble brains around the EA process in British Columbia. Discussion touches on how it works, the players, and how First Nations interests are thought about…
 
Guest: Aviva Finkelstein, BA, Project Manager – Vancouver Time to break up the sausage party. This week, tune in as Sean, Ian, and Kody welcome Aviva Finkelstein whose no-horse-shit approach to CRM archaeology brings all the girls and boys to the yard. We discuss feminism, ’bro-culture’, and ways to build a more equitable and inclusive archaeologic…
 
The first episode of the Transect discusses where archaeologists come from. Are they born in dark cinemas while adventure films play? Or do they emerge out of small town rural American bottle pits? Or maybe it's a long twisting path that ends in the click of an enrol button on a university website? This week Sean, Ian, and Kody get into how they ca…
 
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