It is my great pleasure to announce the launch of the Digital Archaeology Commons (DAC). Growing out of the NEH funded Institute for Digital Archaeology Method and Practice (pictured above) organized by Michigan State University’s Department of Anthropology and MATRIX: The Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, the DAC is designed to support work and community building around digital methods and practice in archaeology and closely related fields.  We also hope that the DAC will encourage the permeability of the boundaries between digital work in the various streams of archaeological practice (anthropological archaeology, humanist archaeology, etc).  We also hope that the DAC will encourage discussion around digital archaeology topics between archaeologists and closely related fields (museum studies, art history, history, etc). Joining is easy – just click on the Account Signup button in the main page.

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