indigenous-cultures

indigenous cultures

Rock star David Lee explains “dreamtime” rock art in a Distinguished Lecture Jan. 22
January 16, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

Editor’s note: The following post was written by David Lee, a rock expert specializing in the rock art sites of northern Australia. His Distinguished Lecture, co-sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America Society – Houston, examines how the ceremonial traditions of indigenous groups in northern Australia are linked to lessons learned during the “dreamtime,” when […]

Labor Day! Fun For The Long Weekend At HMNS
August 30, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Monday is Labor Day – and you know what that means, right? LONG WEEKEND. In case you’re wondering how to fill the long hours between Friday afternoon and Tuesday morning, here’s a list of the top ten weekend experiences you can have with the family at HMNS all weekend long. That’s right – we’re open […]

Glimpses of Eden: the Pongos Basin of Peru
May 20, 2009 · 4 Comments

Well, I’ve had some ‘feedback’ from some of my professional peers regarding my blogs: ‘Gee Dan, so good of you to sell out on your research in favor of war stories from the trenches!?’  OK – well, I guess the blogs were just a lot of fun to write so far (and hopefully just as […]


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