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In the Media: Hanson Reflects on Embracing the Unknown and Asking “Dumb” Questions

In a recent blog post for Archaeology Southwest’s (Un)Field School blog series, Kelsey Hanson, current Ph.D. student, reflects on the importance of disconnecting from our digital lives at field school and to “relearn how to learn.” From the post: “At the field school, with limited access to cell service and Wi-Fi, the shock of disconnecting from our digital lives is hard to ignore. But I think one of the most important things field school provides is the opportunity to embrace that uncomfortable curiosity. Field school slows down the pace of learning. Field school makes you work for your answers.” Read “Google Won’t Save You Here.” (Anthro News date: 07/31/2020)