Andrew Lawler (author)
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Andrew Lawler is an American journalist and author. He has written about science, archaeology, politics, and history for several publications, including National Geographic, The New York Times, Smithsonian (magazine), and Science (journal)|Science (where he is a contributing writer). He twice won the Gene S. Stuart Award from the Society for American Archaeology, and his articles have been included in The Best American Science and Nature Writing series. Lawler’s 2014 debut, which Kirkus calls “a splendid book”, Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?, tells the history of what Lawler argues is the world’s most important animal. His 2018 book, The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke, which explores the first English attempt to settle the New World, is described as an “enjoyable historical adventure” in which “the themes of mingled races, of cultures clashing to create something new, are surprisingly fresh and powerful.”. The Secret Token is a national bestseller that elicited both praise and criticism for his contention that the first English child born in the New World remains a symbol of white supremacy.
- Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization Atria, 2016, ISBN 978-1476729909
- The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke Doubleday, 2018, ISBN 978-0385542012
In the media
- ↑ Buck, Mary Ellen (29 October 2019). The Canaanites: Their History and Culture from Texts and Artifacts. Cascade Books. p. 14, 98. ISBN 978-1532618048.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew (July 2012). "Uncovering Sidon's Long Life" (PDF). Archaeology.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew. "The Black, Millennial Mayor WHo Tore Down His City's White Monuments". Politico.com. Politico.
- ↑ Simmons, Debra. "How did America's leader fight a deadly epidemic?". nationalgeographic.com. National Geographic.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew. "how a public health crisis nearly derailed the American Revolution". nationalgeographic.com. National Geographic.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew. "How the Chicken Built America". nytimes.com. The New York Times.
- ↑ Naamwintome, Beyuo Alfred; Millar, David (30 March 2015). "Indigenous Knowledge and the African Way Forward: Challenges and Opportunities". Scientific Research Open Access. 02 (3).
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew. "How the Chicken Conquered the World". smithsonianmag.com. Smithsonian Magazine.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew (2018). "Scarred bird bones reveal early settlement on Madagascar". Science. Science Magazine. 361 (6407): 1059. Bibcode:2018Sci...361.1059L. doi:10.1126/science.361.6407.1059. PMID 30213894.
- ↑ Lawler, Andrew. "Andrew Lawler". sciencemag.org. Science Magazine.
- ↑ Society for American Archaeology, Society for American Archaeology. "Professional Awards". Society for American Archaeology. Society for American Archaeology. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
- ↑ Ham, Becky. "Reporter Wins Archaeology Writing Award for "Sailing Sinbad's Seas"". AAAS. American Association for the Advancement of Science. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
- ↑ Dawkins, Richard (2003). The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2003 (The Best American Series). ISBN 0618178929.
- ↑ Groopman, Jerome (2008). The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2008 (The Best American Series ®). ISBN 978-0618834471.
- ↑ "WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE WORLD? THE EPIC SAGA OF THE BIRD THAT POWERS CIVILIZATION Review". kirkusreviews.com. Kirkus.
- ↑ "Chicken Confidential: How This Bird Came To Rule The Cultural Roost". npr.org. National Public Radio.
- ↑ "THE SECRET TOKEN MYTH, OBSESSION, AND THE SEARCH FOR THE LOST COLONY OF ROANOKE Review". kirkusreviews.com. Kirkus.
- ↑ Schneider, Gregory. "The confusing, impossible mystery of the lost colony of Roanoke". washingtonpost.com. The Washington Post.
- ↑ "Bestseller List for July 4, 2018". bookweb.org. American Booksellers Association.
- ↑ "Bestseller List for June 26, 2019". bookweb.org. American Booksellers Asociation.
- ↑ Rozsa, Matthew. "Why white nationalists love the mystery of Roanoke, the lost colony". Salon. Salon. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
- ↑ Brimelow, Peter. "WaPo's Andrew Lawler, Virginia Dare And The "Myth Of Whiteness"". VDare. VDare. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
- ↑ Ekirch, A. Roger. "'The Secret Token' Review: America's First Unsolved Mystery". wsj.com. The Wall Street Journal.
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