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The Smithsonian Institute’s curator of North American archaelogy, Bruce Smith, joins Kojo to explore the initial emergence and early expansion of agriculture, and the transformation in human society that made it possible.
- Bruce Smith Senior research scientist, director of the archaeobiology program, and curator of North American archaeology at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History
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