I like to know things – to be in the loop even if I’m not technically in the circle. I’m just nosey I suppose. At least this trait is useful if I want to investigate in my field of study, after all, a professional archaeologist told me “we are just nosey people.” I agree withContinue reading “Is It Always Wrong to Eavesdrop?”
Moundville, AL is a prehistoric site, inhabited by Mississippian peoples from about AD 1000 to AD 1450. It features 29 earthen mounds, dwellings used to sit on and around. (read more about it here. ) I was not aware of this fascinating place until I read about it in one of my classes “Buried CitiesContinue reading “Volunteering at Moundville, AL”
I spent a day exploring the Eastern Cherokee reservation, but not like a normal tourist….
Introductions first: My name is Sherri and I am a student of Anthropology, attending Arizona State University online. I chose this major because I love people and history fascinates me (though I hated it in high school). The idea of learning from people who are different from me in almost every way is exciting andContinue reading “Intro and Short Bio”