Wildfire Archaeology and the Burning American West
Federal wildfire suppression policies are at least partly to blame for the Western tinderbox.
Two Surgeries, 800 Years Apart
An archaeologist’s hip surgery prompts him to reimagine the experience of a Puebloan woman who survived a terrible fall centuries ago.
A Curator’s Search for Justice
Decolonizing the American museum isn’t always straightforward. Stephen E. Nash writes.
A Tale of Two Ruins
One is ancient, the other modern. One is a monument to cooperation and dedication, the other to greed and deception. Stephen E Nash writes.
Who Decided It Was Bad to Be Fat?
Globalization has spread the Western prejudice against fat far and wide. Stephen E. Nash writes.
How Do We Know Which Historical Accounts Are True?
Why is Hebraic oral history viewed as more trustworthy than Native American oral history? Stephen Nash considers.
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