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I’ve started acknowledging the people who lived on this land first...

Chip Colwell, University of Colorado Denver In Toronto, before singing “O Canada,” students and teachers in public schools begin their day by acknowledging that they...

I’ve started acknowledging the people who lived on this land first...

Chip Colwell, University of Colorado Denver In Toronto, before singing “O Canada,” students and teachers in public schools begin their day by acknowledging that they...

Angkor Wat archaeological digs yield new clues to its civilization’s decline

Alison Kyra Carter, University of Oregon Cambodia’s famous temple of Angkor Wat is one of the world’s largest religious monuments, visited by over 2 million...

Ancient DNA is revealing the origins of livestock herding in Africa

Mary Prendergast, Saint Louis University – Madrid and Elizabeth Sawchuk, Stony Brook University (The State University of New York) Visitors to East Africa are often...

Ancient DNA is revealing the origins of livestock herding in Africa

Mary Prendergast, Saint Louis University – Madrid and Elizabeth Sawchuk, Stony Brook University (The State University of New York) Visitors to East Africa are often...

Last of the giants: What killed off Madagascar’s megafauna a thousand...

Nick Scroxton, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Laurie Godfrey, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Stephen Burns, University of Massachusetts Amherst Giant 10-foot-tall elephant birds, with eggs...

You can’t characterize human nature if studies overlook 85 percent of...

Daniel Hruschka, Arizona State University Over the last century, behavioral researchers have revealed the biases and prejudices that shape how people see the world and...

America’s archaeology data keeps disappearing — even though the law says...

Keith Kintigh, Arizona State University Archaeology – the name conjures up images of someone carefully sifting the sands for traces of the past and then...

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‘I didn’t know who I was anymore’ – myths vs realities...

By Kate Johnston-Ataata, Monash University and Renata Kokanovic, Monash University Becoming a parent is commonly imagined to be a joyful and “natural” life event. The...