Perth, Australia (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
Archaeologist Sue T. Carter knows full well the risks and rewards of a career in archaeology. She also knows how often people confuse it with the study of dinosaurs hence the title of her new book, “We Don’t Dig Dinosaurs!” (published by Xlibris AU). Here, she sheds light on this fascinating field of study and the interesting and varied experiences that can happen along the way.
“We Don’t Dig Dinosaurs!” is a collection of real-life experiences told by archaeologists around the world. The stories are diverse and give an insight into the many aspects that make up archaeology– animals, the environment, human remains, community involvement and even fantasy-related archaeology.
“I doubt there is one archaeologist that has not been asked if they dig dinosaurs,” Carter says, “We study the human past which can sometimes be a very dangerous but rewarding career choice and it can take you all around the world, both excavating and researching.”
Authoritative, accessible and engaging, “We Don’t Dig Dinosaurs!” will be of particular interest to archaeology students, aspiring and practicing archaeologists and armchair critics.
“We Don’t Dig Dinosaurs!”
By Sue T. Carter
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 190 pages | ISBN 9781499007725
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 190 pages | ISBN 9781499007718
E-Book | 190 pages | ISBN 9781499007695
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sue T. Carter is an archaeologist working between Western Australia and Britain in heritage consultancy and field work. Her passion lies in researching the hidden histories of fortified sites. “Fortified England” is Carter’s research webpage where her in-depth articles are published bi-monthly, her blog “The Young Archaeologist” promotes archaeology to tomorrow’s archaeologists and she also writes for “Heritage Daily” an online archaeology magazine.
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