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Experimental Archaeology class highlighted in Appalachian Magazine
Nov 21, 2016

If you’re a student in Dr. Tom Whyte’s archaeology class, prepare to get your hands dirty. Cooked roadkill, flint-chipping kind of dirty....

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Dr. Timothy J. Smith, helping sustain and revitalize Guatemala’s indigenous culture
Feb 21, 2014

Dr. Timothy J. Smith has developed a special relationship during the past 17 years with the predominantly indigenous town of Sololá, Guatemala....

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Dr. Timothy J. Smith and students highlighted in Appalachian Magazine for Ecuadorian research
Nov 3, 2009

In the Summer of 2009, 16 students from Appalachian State University traveled to Ecuador to study indigenous activism and language in the Upper Amazon...

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Dr. Tom Whyte and students highlighted in Appalachian magazine for archaeological research
Oct 28, 2009

Carefully digging, scraping and sifting. It's how archeologists seek clues into human history. Students at Appalachian State University learn these sk...