“We look at ourselves as invulnerable, but we should not take for granted that the climate won’t change in the future in ways that will endanger us. We need to take climate seriously.”
-Stephen C. Schuster, professor at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, speaking with NPR’s Diane Cole (reporting on newly published research on Khoisan hunter-gatherers, the largest group of hunter-gatherers throughout most modern human history).
Senior members of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) offer their advice to junior scholars trying to make their way in the field in the video below. An excellent video to watch during those hard days when you ask yourself, “why am I doing this?” Thanks to the ASOR media team for putting this video together!
Check out this lecture from one of my favorite scholars of ancient Greece, Angelos Chaniotis speaking at the University of Newcastle in Australia in 2012. The topic is “Greece After Dark.”