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CAROLE  A. TRAVIS-HENIKOFF is the author of Dinner with a Cannibal, which was honored by Choice magazine as one of its "Outstanding Academic Titles" of 2008. As an independent scholar specializing in paleoanthropology, she has worked with the Getty Conservation team on the preservation of artifacts at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt, and participated in an archeological dig alongside J. Desmond Clark, Tim White, Nicholas Toth, and Kathy Schick under the auspices of the Institute of Human Origins. She sits on the board of directors for the Stone Age Institute, and has given lectures on paleoanthropology at Loyola University (Chicago) and Rush University Medical Center (Chicago).

Carole has lectured on Death and Dying at D & D conferences and has taught this material to first and second year medical students at Rush University Medical Center. She served on the Rush Hospice Board for seven years and has mentored people through episodes of cancer.

She divides her time between Chicago, Illinois, and Wyoming.
GARNISS H. CURTIS is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Geology & Geophysics at the University of California, Berkeley and Founder of the Berkeley Geochronology Center. He lives in Berkeley, California. Professor Curtis was the first to date ancient fossils via the potassium/argon dating method. We have accurate dates for Lucy, Java man and dozens more due to the work and expertise of Dr. Curtis.

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