Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives: Rosemary Joyce, University of California, Berkeley, discusses the archaeology of sex and gender with a focus on teaching.
Archaeolog: A collective photoblog for archaeology, open to the wider archaeological community.
Archaeopop: A fun yet informed look at history in popular culture.
AWOL - The Ancient World Online: This blog offers descriptions and discussion of digital resources for the study of the ancient world.
Blogging Pompeii: A group of scholars contribute to this blog for the study of Pompeii and the Bay of Naples.The blog site includes links to project websites and other resources on Pompeii and archaeology in Italy.
Corinthian Matters: Part resource, part blog. This site covers every aspect of the study of Corinthia and includes news, dicussion, images and maps, and archaeological research. Category tags make browsing for content quick and easy.
Looting Matters: Discussion of the archaeological ethics surrounding the collecting of antiquities, run by David Gill.
Middle Savagery: By Colleen Morgan, University of California, Berkeley. An insightful discussion of every aspect of working in the field of archaeology.
The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World: From William R. Caraher, University of North Dakota at Grand Forks, on archaeology, technology, teaching, and history.
Objects-Building-Situations: Musings on architecture and archaeology by Kostis Kourelis, Franklin and Marshall College.
Old Dirt - New Thoughts: Archaeology and Education: The main focus is on work in Alaska and Minnesota; a great blog for students getting a start in archaeology.
Dorothy King's PhDiva: Dorothy Lobel King, independent researcher, discusses archaeological news stories, books, and more.
Powered by Osteons: A blog by bioarchaeologist Kristina Killgrove that deals with archaeology, bioanthropology, and the classical world.
Publishing Archaeology: Archaeologist Michael E. Smith examines writing and publishing in archaeology and anthropology, including open access issues. He also touches on professional issues: interviewing, presenting papers, ethics, and more.