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Archaeologist and anthropologist Dr. Marion Popenoe Hatch explores age old questions by looking into Humanity´s past through the lenses of multiple disciplines. Citing examples from years of leading efforts to uncover ancient Mayan sites such as Tak'alik Ab'aj (referred to as the cradle of Mayan culture) and Kaminaljuyú, she narrates how curiosity and deep exploration led her to conclude three lessons on what has driven human beings to survive and evolve.
Marion holds a Ph.D in Anthropology with a specialization in the Archaeology of Mesoamerica from University of California, Berkeley. She organized and directed the department of Archaeology at Universidad del Valle in Guatemala City where she continues to teach and pioneer several research projects around the country. Marion focuses on analyzing and interpreting ancient ceramics found in archaeological excavations. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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