Evan Hadingham
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Evan Hadingham published his first book on early aviation as a teenager. He then developed a strong interest in archaeology and acquired a master’s degree in Prehistory and Archaeology from Sheffield University in England. His feature articles on the archaeology of Egypt, China, Greece, and the Americas have appeared in magazines like The Atlantic Monthly, Smithsonian, Discover, and Reader’s Digest. His books include Lines to the Mountain Gods, Early Man and the Cosmos, Secrets of the Ice Age, and The Fighting Triplanes. In 1986, Hadingham was a Macy Fellow in Broadcast Journalism at WGBH-TV in Boston and became the Science Editor for NOVA in 1988. From 1995-1998, Hadingham was the Co-Executive Producer for the Discovery Channel’s series, Discover Magazine. Returning to NOVA in 1998 as Senior Science Editor, Hadingham resumed responsibility for the science content of all NOVA’s original documentaries and co-productions. He is involved at every step from development through final script writing. Among the shows he has produced for NOVA are Search for the First Americans, Who Killed the Red Baron? and Decoding Nazi Secrets.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Leadership and Entrepreneurship
as author at  MIT World Series: Sloan Innovation Period (SIP),
together with: Jill Abramson, Philip J. Hilts, Cristine Russell, Andrew Revkin, Ivan Oransky,
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  lecture
flag The Future of Science Journalism
as author at  MIT World Series: Cambridge Science Festival,
together with: Jill Abramson, Philip J. Hilts, Cristine Russell, Andrew Revkin, Ivan Oransky,
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