Monthly Archives: November 2010

Waccamaw PauWau – Lindsay Weirich

On November 6th, a few friends and I headed out toward Aynor, South Carolina, to attend a Waccamaw PowWow with our Anth102 Understanding Other Cultures class. It was a bit chilly that day, but it did not deter people from coming. A … Continue reading

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On the ESAF Conference: Jess Hendrix

During this year’s annual Eastern States Archaeological Federation (ESAF) conference, five members of the field school team from this past summer gave presentations. Shortly after this fall semester began we students from the field school learned that our beloved professor … Continue reading

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2010 Waccamaw Pow Wow

Dr. Sharon Moses and her “Understanding Other Cultures” class took a field trip to the 18th annual Waccamaw Pow Wow in Aynor, SC, on Saturday, Nov 6, 2010. Students watched Native dancing, flute playing, and storytelling, and browsed for Native-made … Continue reading

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A conference diary: Meghan Mumford

I was given the opportunity to attend the Eastern States Archaeological Federation conference with other students from the Coastal Carolina Field School over Halloween weekend. We began our journey with an interesting ride to Williamsburg Virginia that was full of … Continue reading

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Taking the long view at the ESAF Conference: Lindsay Weirich

The ESAF Conference in Williamsburg, VA, was amazing! Although the team was apprehensive about our upcoming presentation, and a little intimidated by all the scholars accumulated in one place, we trudged upstairs in the hotel to place our bags in … Continue reading

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ESAF Conference: by Dr. Carolyn Dillian

I’m thrilled to announce that our CCU field school students did an OUTSTANDING job presenting their papers this afternoon at the Eastern States Archaeological Federation meetings. We spent Friday evening practicing the presentations, and they were polished and ready to … Continue reading

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Following Through: Field School Students in their own session at the Eastern States Archeological Federation Conference

The last few weeks have been pretty stressful getting ready for our first professional conference.  We’ve all been busy doing artifact analysis, preparing powerpoints, and rehearsing our presentations.  Before the sun came up on Thursday morning, we left for Williamsburg, VA … Continue reading

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