How Diversity is Transforming Scientific Knowledge


Vital Topics Forum: How Diversity is Transforming Knowledge Production in Biological Anthropology


SING Canada: Bringing Genome Science and Indigenous Knowledge Together

(Comments from Rick W. A. Smith at 0:34-1:00 and 7:20-8:00)


Selected Media Responses to Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test
AND the Question of Indigenous Belonging


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BOSTON GLOBE:

Is Elizabeth Warren’s genetic test conclusive?

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NPR: Senator Warren takes the test. KUOW Seattle.

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THINK PROGRESS: Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test hurts Native people.


selected media coverage of my paleogenomic research


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SCIENCE MAG: The Wari's grisly end, the fall of a South American empire.

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NAUTILUS: The Secret, Stressful Stories of Fossils.

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PNAS: Epigenetics may reveal how environment affected ancient societies.



AAPA UPGOER 5 EVENT: COMMUNICATE your SCIENCE USING ENGLISH‘S 1,000 MOST COMMON WORDS

AAPA Interview: Historically marginalized scientists And
emerging studies of Trauma in Biological anthropology

Uploaded by American Association of Physical Anthropologists

Using only the 1000 most common words in the English language, Jennifer Raff and I bust the Solutrian Hypothesis and Ancient Aliens, which fail to explain archaeology in the Americas.