Why "an archeology of morning"?

Summer, Charles Olson in hayfields. 
Taken 1945 in Virginia, by Murray Morgan or his wife, Rosa.
In July 2016 I gave a paper to the annual Sea of Faith Conference which explored in some detail the reasons why this blog is subtitled "And Archeology of Morning"— borrowing a phrase of the poet and literary critic Charles Olson. You can find that paper here:

"The freedom to be tomorrow what we are not today—becoming Free Spirits and Archeologists of Morning"