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'Forbidden' archeologist to speak
'Forbidden' archeologist to speak at Trine
ANGOLA, Ind. — Michael Cremo, Ph.D., an international authority on human antiquity and best-selling author of “Forbidden Archaeology,” will speak at Trine University Wednesday, March 23, at 5:30 p.m. as part of the university’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
For more than 27 years, Cremo has been “digging up” documented, credible findings that tell a completely different story from Darwinian evolution. For the past decade, Cremo has been lecturing extensively on “Forbidden Archaeology,” which has been translated into 26 languages, and its sequel, “Human Devolution,” at academic institutions around the globe. He said his critique of human evolution has generated considerable controversy.
“Any time knowledge filtration takes place, you can expect a great deal of resistance, criticism and ridicule when it is exposed and challenged,” Cremo said.
Cremo is a member of the World Archeological Congress and the European Association of Archeologists. He also is a research associate of the Bhaktivedanta Institute, specializing in the history and philosophy of science.
“We are very pleased to have Michael on campus to talk with students and the community about his archaeological experiences and motivations,” said David Finley, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs at Trine. “He offers a unique view of archaeology within the scientific realm that our students and community will find intriguing.”
The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information about the event, contact Julie Pfafman at 260.665.4533.