SFU Archaeology Blog
Protecting Indigenous Funerary Landscapes: why we need a Mortuary Archaeology Act in British Columbia July 18, 2018
By Derek O’Neill The story of shmukw’elu, or Grace Islet, serves as both a cautionary example...
Removing barriers to upward mobility for junior HRM staff July 12, 2017
By John R. Welch One need for improvement consistently identified is in the area of graduate...
HRM Program featured on CRM Archaeology Podcast (Episode 114) July 05, 2017
The CRM Archaeology Podcast recently interviewed Program Director John Welch about Simon Fraser...
The Debitage, October 2014 October 30, 2014
The latest issue of The Debitage is here!
How Did Neandertals Use Fire? October 05, 2012
Were Neandertals able to make and control fire? Or were they reliant on fire created by natural...
The Debitage, October 2012 October 05, 2012
The October 2012 issue of The Debitage is here!
Neandertal Burials October 05, 2012
New excavations at La Ferrasie, France have led Dennis Sandgathe and colleagues to question whether...
Vancouver Sun article on Sliammon Research Project September 06, 2012
First Nation gathers voices from the past to prepare for the future -by Randy Shore Read more:...
The Debitage, March 2012 March 14, 2012
Read the March issue of The Debitage here.
Human Evolutionary Studies Program Symposium February 16, 2012
The Human Evolutionary Studies Program held its first annual symposium entitled "Environmental...