GDAH Ep32 - Burials, Blogging, and Social Media in Archaeology by Go Dig a Hole published on 2017-08-22T17:17:48Z Robin Lacey joins this episode to talk about her research at Ferryland Burial Ground in Newfoundland. Her work pulls from a diverse range of skills, methods, and approaches. Lacey explains the background of the site and provides a regional context for British colonialism in the mid- to north-Atlantic in North America. Lacey’s discussion of her research questions and the process of creating a research design is particularly insightful - What began as a project to find the burials at Ferryland rapidly expanded to a novel adaptation of landscape theory, which she refers to as “burial landscapes”. Related to this overview of Lacey’s research, the conversation In the end, the take-aways for early career researchers, Lacey urges, are to build skills in research and writing, and to go dig a hole. That is, pick up field experience early and often, as it sets the foundation for a strong and well-rounded archaeologist.