IPIA Scholars Contributions

Academic Publications

Wadsworth, William, Stephanie Halmhofer, and Kisha Supernant. 2023. Saying what we mean, meaning what we say: Managing miscommunication in archaeological prospection. Archaeological Prospectionhttps://doi.org/10.1002/arp.1915

Halcrow, Sian, Amber Aranui, Stephanie Halmhofer, Annalisa Heppner, Norma Johnson, Kristina Killgrove, and Gwen Robbins Schug. 2021. Moving Beyond Weiss and Springer’s Repatriation and Erasing the Past: Indigenous Values, Relationships, and Research. International Journal of Cultural Property, 28(2): 211- 220. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0940739121000229

Halmhofer, Stephanie2021. What's the meaning of Stonehenge? Second Response. Epoiesen. http://dx.doi.org/10.22215/epoiesen/2021.11

Wadsworth, William T. D., Kisha Supernant, and Vadim A. Kravchinsky. 2021. An Integrated Remote Sensing Approach to Métis Archaeology in the Canadian Prairies. Archaeological Prospection, 28(3): 321-337. https://doi.org/10.1002/arp.1813

Wadsworth, William T. D., Kisha Supernant, Ave Dersch, and the Chipewyan Prairie First Nation. 2021. Integrating remote sensing and Indigenous archaeology to locate unmarked graves: A case study from Northern Alberta, Canada.  Advances in Archaeological Practice, 9(3):202-214. https://doi.org/10.1017/aap.2021.9

Wadsworth, William T. D., Carl-Georg Bank, Katherine Patton, and Dena Doroszenko. 2020Forgotten Souls of the Dawn Settlement Project: A geophysical exploration of unmarked graves in Southwestern Ontario. Historical Archaeology, 54 (3): 624–646.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s41636-020-00251-7


Public Essays

2023. Solene Mallet Gauthier and Stephanie Halmhofer. COMICS ACADEME: Spriggan: A Fun, Action-Packed Mix of Archaeology, Aliens, and International Politics - Part One, Part Two, Part ThreeWomen Write About Comics.

2022. Kisha Supernant. ‘Every child matters’: 1 year after the unmarked graves of 215 Indigenous children were found in Kamloops. The Conversation.

2021. Stephanie HalmhoferDid Aliens Build the Pyramids? And Other Racist Theories. SAPIENS. 

2021. Trimble, Sabina, William T. D. Wadsworth, Peter Fortna, with the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation. Research, Recovery, and Reparations: Oral History and Community-Engaged Archaeology. Network in Canadian History & Environment | Nouvelle initiative Canadienne en histoire de l'environnement: The Otter ~ La Loutre.

2021. Wadsworth, William T. D. Working Together to Find and Protect Unmarked Graves. Cambridge Core Blog / Society for American Archaeology Blog. 

2019. Tebby, Eric and William Wadsworth. Old Sites, New Sights: Ongoing Research at a Métis Overwintering Site. The Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 52:4.


Podcasts, Radio, News Interviews, and Videos

2023. Kisha SupernantU of A archaeologist brings community-based approach to Indigenous archaeologyThe Gateway.

2023. Stephanie HalmhoferChanneling Together in the House of Mystery - Pseudoarchaeology Part 1. New Brunswick Archaeology Podcast.

2023. Solene Mallet GauthierLes habitudes alimentaires des anciens Métis. Radio-Canada OhDio. 

2023. Stephanie Halmhofer. Episode #235 - Brother XIIQAnon Anonymous Podcast.

2023. Stephanie HalmhoferAtlantis and the Apocalypse: The World of Fringe Archaeology. CBC IDEAS

2022. Kisha Supernant. Reaction to an article out of the states that calls the discovery of remains at the Kamloops residential school fake news. CBC Radio Active

2022. Stephanie Halmhofer. Know Ancient: Pseudoarchaeology Unveiled. Deschutes Public Library Know Ancient Series

2022. Stephanie Halmhofer. Conversations: The Conspiracy & Conspirituality of Atlantis with Steph Halmhofer. Let’s Talk about Myths, Baby! Podcast.

2022. Stephanie HalmhoferSteph Halmhofer on Ancient Aliens, Pseudoarchaeology, and the Far-Right. Enemies of the People Podcast

2022. William T.D. WadsworthUsing archaeology to document the forced removal of ACFN from Wood Buffalo National Park.

2021. Stephanie Halmhofer. Steph Halmhofer on Pseudoarchaeology. Yeah Nah Pasaran! Podcast

2021. Solène Mallet GauthierLa culture Métis vue à travers l'archéologie. Interview on Radio Canada.