Andy Hutcheson /// The Metallurgical Roots of Climate Change
This episode features a talk given by Andy Hutcheson who is a researcher at the University of East Anglia, and an archaeologist specializing in the role of institutions in developing complexity in cultural heritage. The talk was recently presented at the 43rd Conference of the theoretical Archaeological Group in Edinburgh. The title of the paper is, The Long Roots of the Climate Crisis: An Archaeological Perspective on the Causes of Climate Change.
Music for this episode:
Adonis, Birds ov Paradise
Originally published by Recording Archaeology: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=po80qr8aK2E by Recording Archaeology.