On this edition of the podcast, we are joined by Dr. Jessi Halligan, who discusses her work at the famous Page-Ladson pre-Clovis archaeological site.
On this episode, we are joined by Professor Charles Ewen for a discussion about the archaeology of piracy, and a look at one of history’s most notorious figures: the legendary pirate Blackbeard.
On this edition of the podcast, the team features a series of colorful interviews with several icons of southeastern archaeology, recorded live at the White Pond Lodge in rural South Carolina.
On this episode, we are joined by Shane Miller, Ph.D., a prehistoric archaeologist whose research interests include the Ice Age colonization of the Americas and the origins of agriculture in North America.
On this edition of the podcast, we are joined by David Carballo, Associate Professor of Archaeology and Latin American Studies at Boston University for a discussion about the ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacán.
A recent large-scale study undertaken by an international team of scientists is offering what has been called “the most extensive investigation south of the equator” to offer evidence of the Younger Dryas (YD) Impact Hypothesis.
On this edition of the podcast, we take a look at the work of ancient engineers, and their monuments of the ancient world which include the Egyptian pyramids, the Greek Parthenon, and Gobekli Tepe.
In this second in a two-part series discussing the “American Holocaust” that befell Native Americans during the conquest of America by the Spanish, we are joined by Holocaust historian Samuel Zinner, Ph.D., and Native American attorney and activist Tara Houska.
On this edition of the podcast, professor Daniele Bolleli joins us for the first in a two-part series discussing the “American Holocaust” that befell Native Americans during the conquest of America by the Spanish.