Archaeology, Media & Documentary Film Making
Find out how a random series of events turned an academic into a cable TV host and lead to a summer of work and adventure on the world’s highest navigable lake. You’re learn a bit of archaeology, history of the Andes, how documentary filming workings (and doesn’t), and how to take advantage of random things that come you work during your travels.
Skill level: All Level
About the speaker
Alexei Vranich received his B.A from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. He has extensive research experience around the world in such places as Spain, Italy, India, Peru, and Bulgaria, and Costa Rica. He has been recognized by the National Science Foundation for the innovation application of technology in the study of the past. Bridging the divide between academic and popular archaeology, Alexei has appeared in television and in magazines such as National Geographic, The Sciences, and Archaeology Magazine, in addition to a variety of national and international newspapers. Alexei conducting his archaeological research on Cusco, the former capital of the Inca Empire.
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