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Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 6: DNA, Blood Types and Stereotypes
In Part 5 of our exclusive series we looked at how new discoveries of American Indian origins cast doubt on the Bering Strait Theory throughout most of the 20th century yet were ei...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 5: The Theory Comes Crashing Down
In Part 4 of our exclusive series we looked at how the Bering Strait Theory by the 1920s had become a rigid dogma that no scientist who valued their career would dare to challenge...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 4: The Indisputable Facts in the Artifacts
In Part 3 of our exclusive series we looked at how the new science of paleoanthropology was being used in Europe while infighting paralyzed it in America when Aleš Hrdlička, steppe...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 3: The Theory Becomes a Religious Crusade
In Part 2 of our exclusive series we looked at the mid-19th-century’s movement of science making a push to take over, and how the debate did not end, instead it only made it more c...
Bering Strait Theory, Pt. 2: Racism, Eugenics and When Natives Came to America
In Part 1 of our exclusive series we examined how the discovery and examination of the ancient Mexican skeleton, Naia, has led scientists to once again rethink the origins of Ameri...
Yale Returning Remains, Artifacts to Peru
Gale Courey Toensing
After a century of exile in the United States—and decades of wrangling—human remains from the famed citadel of Machu Picchu will be repatriated to Peru, along with thousands of art...
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