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David Hurst Thomas
How should archaeologists and museums handle Native American materials? Twenty-five years after the Native American Graves and Protection Repatriation Act, have Native American and scientific communities learned to work together? David Hurst Thomas, curator in the Anthropology Division at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, will explore these topics in two upcoming...
An international team of paleontologists that includes Northern Illinois University anthropologist Dan Gebo is announcing the discovery of a nearly complete, articulated skeleton of a new tiny, tree-dwelling primate dating back 55 million years. The Eocene Epoch fossil was recovered from Hubei Province in central China. “This is the oldest primate skeleton of this quality...