Television, Podcast, and Radio

That Anthro Podcast: Environmental Impacts of North American Colonization with Elic Weitzel. Jan. 19, 2022. [link]

KCBS All News Radio, San Francisco: The Ecology of the First Thanksgiving. Nov. 25, 2021.

iCRV Radio, Archaeology of Connecticut: European Colonization and Ecological Change in Southern New England. April 6, 2021. [link]

Working Over Time Podcast: “Worlds Collide” - Sachems in 17th Century Plymouth Colony. Oct 9, 2020. [link]

Sapiens Podcast: Could the Coronavirus Pandemic Be Good for the Environment? May 29, 2020. [link]

NBC Connecticut: Revolutionary War Soldiers Remains Creating Excitement in Ridgefield. Jan. 30, 2020. [link]

Utah Public Radio: Feast or Famine: Why Did Hunter-Gatherers Start Farming Anyway? Aug. 8, 2016 [link]


Popular Archaeology: Farmers and Warriors. July 14, 2020. [link]

American Archaeology: Cultivation, Cooperation, and Conflict. Summer 2020; Vol. 24, No. 2. [link]

The Daily Campus: UConn Doctoral Students Help Excavate Remains of Potential Revolutionary War Soldiers. Feb. 2, 2020. [link]

UConn Today: Skeletal Remains Found in Ridgefield May Be Revolutionary War Soldiers. Jan 15, 2020. [link]

UConn Today: Snapshot - Elic Weitzel in Kosovo. June 28, 2019. [link]

​​The Independent: Quinoa Helped Ancient Hunter-Gatherers Avoid Starvation and Build a New Civilization. Aug. 2, 2016. [link]

​IFL Science: North American Population Boom Preceded Agriculture. Aug. 4, 2016. [link]

​Archaeology Magazine: Study Suggests Population Growth Spurred Plant Domestication. Aug. 3, 2016. [link]


Photo credit: Jason Sheldon, UConn CAHNR

Video interviews from UConn Today about human skeletal remains recovered in Ridgefield, CT dating to the Battle of Ridgefield, 1777 AD