Inside Iris Nights
Brian Fagan talks about the global crisis of sea level rise.
Brian Fagan was born in England, was educated at Cambridge University and worked in Central Africa before coming to the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1967. He is now Professor Emeritus. One of the world’s leading archaeological lecturers and writers, Fagan is the author of numerous books on archaeology. His most recent books are Elixir: A History of Water and...
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PhotographerOne of the world’s leading archaeological lecturers and writers, Brian Fagan is the author of numerous books on archaeology.