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Archaeology as History on the Great Plains
Many people see “history” as something we get from written records that tells us how important people influenced great events—colleagues in my institution’s history department sometimes make that clear. From that perspective, the &…
Who Cares about the Lives of Aztec People?
We do! The Aztecs have gotten a lot of bad press over the years. Popular accounts stress human sacrifice, warfare, and imperial exploitation. Although historians and archaeologists have tried for decades to counter such biases, that effort has had only pa…
A Crisis of Confidence or Rebirth of Conviction? Transhumanists and their critics in the Age of a Global Pandemic
As Covid 19 has swept the globe, leaving over a million causalities in its wake, it has generated a profound crisis of confidence. Citizens throughout the world question their governments’ abilities to protect them. Everyday life has become akin to …
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