Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 34, Issue 2
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Editors Notes/Notes du rédacteur
Having served as editor of the journal for three years now, I have become acutely aware of the incredible breadth of the discipline as practiced in Canada. The current issue, for example, contains a retrospective piece by Alice Kehoe which describes the early history of archaeological research in the province of Saskatchewan but also outlines the nature of graduate student training in the 1950s as well as challenges facing young women wishing to establish a career in archaeology at this time. A second article by Meyer and Smith deals with a surface assemblage from the Mudrick site in central Saskatchewan. Based primarily on the attributes of the ceramic assemblage, the authors assign these materials to the Selkirk composite noting that this site represents the most southerly extent of this archaeological composite.