Our office might be closed for summer vacation, but the TED Fellows are hard at work at the very first TED Fellows Retreat, happening now in Whistler, British Columbia. Because the Fellows have proliferated since the program officially launched in 2009, many of these extraordinary thinkers have never had a chance to meet and conspire. And thus, the TED […]Continue reading
Fellows classTEDGlobal 2011
American bio-archeologist working to uncover and better understand Mongolia and China's ancient civilizations.
Chinese (Simplified), Mongolian
- Arizona State University; Anthropology
Christine Lee on the TED blog
Bioarchaeologist Christine Lee reconstructs lives from ancient human remains, looking for clues as to how they lived, fought and died. In the process, she gains insight about the history of disease, the evolution of culture, the violence of human nature — and her own identity. What prompted you to become a bioarchaeologist? When I was […]Continue reading