History Live! and San Juan Basin Archaeological Society will host a virtual presentation with Jesse Tune at 7 p.m. Tuesday via Zoom.
Tune will discuss “recent developments in the settlement of the Americas.” He will review controversial research published over the last 12 months and its implications for understanding the early human history of the Americas.
Tune is a prehistoric archaeologist who studies Ice Age human migrations and the colonization of new landscapes. His research focuses on investigating the relationships between humans and the environment, specifically how humans adapt to new or changing environments.
His current research involves documenting the early human occupation of the Colorado Plateau, investigating lithic technology in the southeastern U.S. and studying how humans adapt to resource accessibility.
To join the Zoom meeting, visit bit.ly/2XkbeDR with meeting ID 857 8070 6701 and passcode 578820.
For more information, visit www.sjbas.org.