It's long overdue, but the new SEPAS website (its skeleton, anyway) is finally up and running. There is a lot of content waiting to be added, but my hope is that I can steadily work on building this site now that the spring academic semester is winding down.
Al Goodyear and I are going to start the process of moving to our new space at Barnwell next week. SCIAA acquired a large lab and office space in the basement of the building, and Al and I will be taking up most of it. On my end, it will give me the space to amp up my field and collections research, with facilities for processing artifacts and lots of space to catalog and analyze. The large amount of space at Barnwell will allow Al to consolidate and work on collections from his various projects during his career at South Carolina. We'll have space to develop the Southeastern Lithic Raw Materials Reference Collection and space for graduate students and visiting researchers to set up shop and get some work done.
Let me know if you want to help move boxes.