Unstratified is a collaborative blog dedicated to a critical reexamination of the status quo within archaeological theory, practice, methods, and social context. This anthropological archaeology blog provides a space for discussing the stakes of contemporary politics, gender inequality, minority issues, and disciplinary trends in the field. The blog’s name itself reflects a distortion of something prosaic in archaeology—stratigraphy. Unstratified envisions the possibilities of unsettling archaeological perceptions and practices. Check out our inaugural post, Unstratified Beginnings, for more information on the blog’s name and mission.