- Renovating Ruins: Ruination, Consumption, and Art
- Blogging as Public Archaeology
- Irrationality and Frenzy: Desire and Shopping on Black Friday
- The Allure of Pastness: Watching Televised History
- Seeing the Elgin Marbles: Photography, Gaze, and Artifacts
- Authenticity and Authority on Yelp
- Bike Helmets and the Culture of Driving
- Beneath the Surface of Abandonment
- Imagining Hominid Aesthetics
- The Prosaic Relics of Breaking Bad and Fan Culture
- Roadside Rebels: Heritage Theatre and the Confederate Flag
- Communicating Archaeological Scholarship
- Riding the Color Line: A Century of Race and Cycling
- Grime and Place in Luther’s London
- Dead Bodies and Archaeological Corpses: Aesthetics and Body Worlds
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I am a historical archaeologist who studies consumer culture, focusing on material consumption and the color line and the relationship between popular culture and contemporary materiality. I am Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI); President of the Society for Historical Archaeology (2012-2013); Docent in Historical Archaeology at the University of Oulu (Finland); and a cycling geek.
Archaeology and Material Culture by Paul R. Mullins is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at http://paulmullins.wordpress.com/.