Looking back at human history from our polluted, sedentary urban lives, we can easily elevate our Paleolithic past. But was it all we imagine?
Scientific findings tend to be provisional. That’s a good thing.
The ethical, legal, and research-oriented tools of archaeology can encourage Native American self-determination rather than undermine it.
Scientific discoveries usually involve many people working over long periods of time. But they are generally worth the wait.
The president of the arts and crafts company purchased thousands of antiquities from Iraq for his family’s museum—but he could have met his goals without running afoul of the Department of Justice.
Secular and religious Indians are butting heads over the origin of an important limestone shoal that connects India and Sri Lanka.