Brown professor digs to free voices from distant past

DIGGING DEEP: Stephen Houston, professor of social science, anthropology and archaeology at Brown University, said archaeologists must be “clear-eyed and strategic.” / PHOTO COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
DIGGING DEEP: Stephen Houston, professor of social science, anthropology and archaeology at Brown University, said archaeologists must be “clear-eyed and strategic.” / PHOTO COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
Stephen Houston, who has been a professor of social science, anthropology and archaeology at Brown University in Providence for the last eight years, credits his “partly European” background and his parents’ love of history with developing his appreciation of all things past. After studying anthropology and archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania and Yale University,…

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