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Yearly Archives: 2018

The Center for Digital Antiquity Presentations at the AZ Historic Preservation Conference

The lively and well-attended Arizona Statewide Historic Preservation Conference was held earlier this month at the Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale. The Center for Digital Antiquity organized two sessions for the conference.   One of the sessions highlighted the Digital Archive for Huhugam Archaeology (DAHA) project underway at the Center in collaboration with the Amerind […]

tDAR/Center for Digital Antiquity Staff Highlight

The Digital Antiquity staff is excited to highlight our newest intern, Hannah. Hannah is lending her expertise to our team this month before returning to her graduate studies at New Mexico State University next semester. Hannah is assisting with adding content to tDAR for the Digital Archive of Huhugam project, as well as creating content […]

Digital Antiquity at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference

Digital Antiquity staff will be attending this year’s AZ Historic Preservation Conference, which runs from Wednesday, June 6th to Friday, June 8th. On Friday, Digital Antiquity’s Francis P. McManamon, Leigh Anne Ellison, and Adam Brin will be presenters at the event – Friday June 8th, 2018 Hotel Valley Ho – Scottsdale, AZ Time: 9:50am – […]

2018 SAA Abstract Project

For the fourth year in a row, Digital Antiquity has partnered with The Society for American Archaeology to preserve the meeting abstracts and make the presentations and data used to support them available in tDAR. As a presenter you can access your record in tDAR, edit the metadata, and upload a PDF copy of your […]

Society for Historical Archaeology Abstract Project 2018

The Center for Digital Antiquity is incredibly excited to announce that for the first time, we have partnered with The Society for Historical Archaeology to preserve the meeting abstracts and make the presentations and data used to support them available in tDAR.  As a presenter you can access your record in tDAR, edit the metadata, and upload a […]

Transitions at the Center for Digital Antiquity

  Just last month we celebrated a decade since the first record was created in tDAR. In this post, we report on more recent events and express our thanks to people important to Digital Antiquity and tDAR. At our meeting of the Board of Directors earlier this year, Dr. Tim Kohler (Regent’s Professor at Washington […]

tDAR Turns Ten!

Thursday, April 19th marks the 10-year anniversary of the first record appearing in tDAR so this week we are celebrating here in the office, and we want to bring our users and contributors along to celebrate with us.  We are pleased to introduce the new Digital Antiquity Instagram account (@digitalantiquity), and will have multiple opportunities […]

Society for American Archaeology 83rd Annual Meeting

We are gearing up for a busy week in DC at the 83rd Annual Society for American Archaeology meetings, and we hope to see you there!  We’ll be in the exhibit hall all week ready to discuss digital preservation, access and all things tDAR.  Please stop by and bring us your questions, or just say […]

tDAR Software Release (Quartz)

Digital Antiquity is pleased to announce Quartz, tDAR’s 18th major release.   This release focuses on enhancing collections, email, and other smaller enhancements. New tools for creating and managing collections: Resources owners now have new and easier ways to manage their collections. We we have made a number of changes to ease the management and creation […]

Research Data on the Development of Wealth Inequality Deposited in tDAR

Congratulations to our colleagues Tim Kohler (Washington State University), a member of the Center for Digital Antiquity Board of Directors and Mike Smith (School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University) for recent attention to the results of their research program on the roots of inequality published in Nature. Figure 3 from “Greater […]

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America