A tarot reading for schoolwork

As many of you have no doubt clued into in addition to schoolwork I'm also a practicing tarot reader. While I don't often find time to do readings for myself, when it came to planning for my archaeogaming thesis I knew that subconscious insight would not only be invaluable but also that I needed to …

Writing Templates (!!!)

Hi all! It's officially the point in the term when research essays and other major writing assignments are creeping close. To that end I figured it was time for me to post the writing templates I’ve pulled together based on my notes from the following classes (occasionally verbatim from the prof, which is why I’m …

Draft of an (undergrad) archaeogaming thesis

As many of you know I'll be beginning my anthropology honours thesis writing come September 10th. As such I've written down/sketched out a bit of an outline of what I'd like the next 8 months to look like, and before I submit my final draft of this document to my supervisors (@kbiittner and @sarahshulist) I'd …

Colour Palettization as Archaeogaming Method

Disclaimer: This post was written as part of my ANTH 320: Archaeologies of Gender requirements in Fall 2016. It has been in publication hell since then, but I've finally decided just to upload it here as I begin my archaeogaming thesis next month and will be needing to reference this essay as part of that. …

Book Review: “Bringing Our Languages Home: Language Revitalization for Families”

Disclaimer: This post was written as part of my ANTH 321: Language Revitalization requirements in Winter 2017. The book which I am writing on is “Bringing Our Languages Home: Language Revitalization for Families.” This is an anthology edited "with a How-to Guide for Parents" by Leanne Hinton. Chapters are grouped by topic headings (ex. Part …