CSU Professor's Work Featured in National Geographic

Columbus State University archaeologist Warren Church is featured in the June issue of National Geographic magazine, for his work to learn the secrets of the hill tribes that in the tenth century began carving settlements out of the dense cloud forests in the mountains between the Maran and Huallaga Rivers in Peru. Inca contemporaries called the mountainside people Chachapoya, the Cloud People.

To see the story online, please go to http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0406/resources_cre.html

For more information, please contact:

Warren B. Church, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology
Dept. of Environmental Sciences
Columbus State University
4225 University Ave.
Columbus, Georgia 31907-5645
Phone: (706) 565-7874
Fax: (706) 569-3133
e-mail: church_warren@ColumbusState.edu
Visit: http://psysoc.colstate.edu/church/CSUAnthro.htm