Un-Erasing the Indigenous Paleolithic: Re-Writing the Indigenous Past of the Western Hemisphere

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Thursday June 8

4:00 PM  –  5:00 PM

Unerasing the Indigenous Paleolithic: Re-Claiming and Re-Writing the Indigenous Past of the Western Hemisphere (the Americas) with Dr. Paulette Steeves

Thursday, June 8, 2023 at 4:00 p.m. MDT

Online Webinar


In the Americas, the deep Indigenous past prior to 12,000 years before the present has been aggressively denied by American anthropologists for over a century. Anthropologists’ denial of the deep Indigenous past of the Americas has cleaved Indigenous people’s links to their homeland and created them as recent immigrants to the Americas on a global scale of human history.  Dr. Steeves has listed over 500 pre-11,200 YBP archaeological sites in a database of Pleistocene ages archaeological sites in North and South America that meet or exceed the scientific criteria for a legitimate archaeological site. Based on research and the published data of hundreds of pre-11,200 years before present archaeological sites, oral traditions, environmental evidence and paleo-mammalian migrations, Dr. Steeves argues that people have been in the Western Hemisphere for over 130,000 years.


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