The Materialists are….
Nigel Rudolph (Public Archaeology Coordinator, FPAN Central Region)
For more info on FPAN please visit http://fpan.us/
We would like to thank….
The Florida Public Archaeology Network, The University of South Florida - Department of Anthropology, and The Crystal River Preserve and Archaeological State Park. For more info on USF Anthro Department please visit their website at https://www.usf.edu/arts-sciences/departments/anthropology/ For More info about the Crystal River Archaeological State Park please visit their website at https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/crystal-river-archaeological-state-park
Thank you to the band Have Gun, Will Travel for the use of their song Silver and the Age of Opulence for our intro music. For more information on HGWT please visit their website at http://hgwtmusic.com/
For questions or concerns about the podcast please email us at the firstname.lastname@example.org
The Materialists Podcast – Season 3, Ep. 2: The Cutting Edge of Sovereignty
- Massive thanks to Pedro Zepeda for the interview. For more info on Pedro go to… https://www.facebook.com/pedrozepedaseminole
- Thank you to Jessica Burns, Head Conservator at the BAR Conservation Lab. For more info on the lab go to… https://dos.myflorida.com/historical/archaeology/collections-and-conservation/conservation-lab/
- Landry, Alysa. 2014. “'All Indians Are Dead?' At Least That's What Most Schools Teach Children.” Indian Country Today. https://indiancountrytoday.com/archive/all-indians-are-dead-at-least-thats-what-most-schools-teach-children
- Scott, Damon. 2020. “'Hugely significant' canoe found at Egmont Key • The Seminole Tribune.” Seminole Tribune. https://seminoletribune.org/hugely-significant-canoe-found-at-egmont-key/