2012 Holiday Publishing Hiatus

Dec 17, 12 2012 Holiday Publishing Hiatus

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Like the previous years, 2012 has been good to us.  We’re now a smidge over 2 years old.  2012 has seen some wonderful articles and equally great conversations.  With the holiday season upon us, Play the Past is going on its annual publishing hiatus.  As with previous years, this is just a little break.  We’ll be...

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Holiday Publishing Hiatus…

Dec 21, 11 Holiday Publishing Hiatus…

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2011 has been good to Play the Past…really good.  We’ve had great articles and great discussions.  And to top it all off, we celebrated our first birthday. With the holiday season upon us, however, Play the Past is going on its annual publishing hiatus.  Don’t fear, we’re just taking a bit of a break....

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Happy Birthday, Play the Past

Nov 17, 11 Happy Birthday, Play the Past

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1 year ago today, Play the Past went live.  It was the culmination of a process which, I’m not afraid to admit, started out with the kind of gluttonous domain registrations binge to which many of us are prone.  Playthepast.org was one of those domains that I was sure I could do something cool with, I just wasn’t sure...

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Announcements and Invitations

Aug 30, 11 Announcements and Invitations

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For many of us, the semester has started (or is starting imminently).  Students are flooding back to campus, syllabi have been finalized, first classes are on the horizon, and first official type meetings have been scheduled (or, if you are like me, they’ve never really relented over the summer).  A sense of renewal and new...

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Digital Games as Public Archaeology

Mar 03, 11 Digital Games as Public Archaeology

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The term “public archaeology” isn’t particularly well know to those outside of the archaeological community.  So, what is it exactly?  At its core, public archaeology seeks to protect and advocate for archaeological heritage (sites, resources, etc.) through public education, outreach, and engagement....

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