Four Stone Hearth #64 at Quiche Moraine

April 12, 2009

Do you have to know geology to get the title of that blog?

Four Stone Hearth 64 is hosted by Quiche Moraine.  Lots of good stuff.  F’rinstance:

With a few hours, an ambitious teacher could get 20 or 30 good bell-ringers out of FSH.  Bell ringers based on real research — what a concept.

A modern version of an ancient hearth - State Cooking Pot of Utah, the Dutch oven - photo by Jason Slemons

A modern version of an ancient hearth - State Cooking Pot of Utah, the Dutch oven - photo by Jason Slemons


54th 4 Stone Hearth, and anthropology

December 5, 2008

Cognition and Culture hosts the 54th edition of 4 Stone Hearth, the blog carnival on issues archaeological.  Interesting venue — solidly academic, and a valuable resource for teachers all by itself.

It’s a great carnival, really — marriage, poetry, and even a video of a new toy from Bandai.

And on a related note, here’s a post that ought to make the 55th edition of 4 Stone Hearth:  Remote Central found a list of the top 100 anthropology blogs.  Useful searching.   There be great resources for the classroom, I’ll wager.


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