Renowned Archaeologist, Author
Brian Fagan is widely acknowledged as the world's leading archaeological writer. A former Guggenheim Fellow and an Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, he has lectured about archaeology to audiences in every corner of the globe.
Dr. Fagan’s many books include the best-selling works The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History, The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization, Fish on Friday: Feasting, Fasting,and the Discovery of North America and The Rape of the Nile (for which he won the Commonwealth Club Medal for Non-Fiction).
Brian has written three books for the National Geographic Society, including The Adventure of Archaeology, and consulted for numerous TV series. He is General Editor of The Oxford Companion to Archaeology and an anthology of archaeological travel, From Stonehenge to Samarkand. His latest book isThe Attacking Ocean: The Past, President, and Future of Rising Sea Levels.