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About meWhat can I say? I am a hopeful historian, a free-lance archaeologist, an educator and perpetual student. I have a BA in history and anthropology, and a masters of education. I am currently working on a MA in Public History. I am an avid reader, a musician, an artist. I live to be creative and expressive, to grow and learn each day and to experience as much as possible in my life. I have wandered the streets of Tokyo, traipsed around Stockholm, and excavated urban African American archaeological sites and old Viking trading ports. I cook in European and Chinese and Japanese styles, from ancient recipies to modern fusion cooking, and brew the sweetest of meads. I sew and embroider, crochet and quilt. And in my free time...

About my libraryIt is very eclectic, with a wide range of literature and non fiction works. I have a fair balance between academic, non-fiction, and fiction. It ranges from historical texts spanning the existence of humankind, to archaeological finds, to poetry, biography, manga, science fiction and fantasy, mystery and horror, books old, new and antiquated.

I have just finished reading [Three Cups of Tea] and I really enjoyed it. It carries the powerful message of education as a means towards peace. Check out my review.

Currently Reading: Cultural Resources Laws and Practice

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