Strata: Portraits of HumanityStrata: Portraits of Humanity

Strata: Portraits of Humanity is a monthly half-hour newsmagazine-style show. Each episode of the human story is a portrait building on the many layers of the human experience. This is a record we are just beginning to uncover. From that perspective, Strata delivers in-depth coverage of a wide variety of archaeological and cultural heritage topics all around the world.

Strata: Portraits of Humanity on Cable TV

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ArchaeoDuck: Corpses seen in the movies

See two episodes of ArchaeoDuck...

hands using a brush to unearth something in sand

The Desert

This film is food for thought about what we really know...

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Surveying an archaeological site; Indigenous drama in Brazil

Students demonstrate how to use modern instruments to survey an archaeological site...

Aunt Keshvar in a field of green grass


a narrative and poetic film about Aunt Keshvar, a woman who weaves geleej while living alone in the village of Chashm...

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Our Remains

Emma Bouvard-Mor, an archaeo-anthropologist of Lyon, France, offers a commentary on the different possible destinations...

michele koons standing with folded arms

More artifacts from the Denver Museum; The Lost Redwood

In a second series of short videos about artifacts...