Dorothy Lippert, PhD:
Dorothy is Choctaw and an
archaeologist. She received her BA from Rice University and her MA
and PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. She works in the
Repatriation Office of the National Museum of Natural History.
Dorothy serves on the Executive of the World Archaeological
Congress and on the Board of Directors for the Society for American
Archaeology. Her research interests include the development of
Indigenous archaeology, repatriation, ethics, and the archaeology
and bioarchaeology of the Southeastern United States.
Stephen J. Spignesi: Stephen Spignesi is a best-selling
author of more than 40 books, including his highly-acclaimed debut
novel, DIALOGUES (Bantam). His latest book is George
Washington’s Leadership Lessons (Wiley) written with
James Rees, the Executive Director of George Washington’s
Mount Vernon. He is also the co-author of Second Homes for
Dummies (Wiley). His book, JFK Jr. (Citadel), was a New
York Times best-seller.