Ancient Cities Can Help Us Plan Modern Cities (w/ Monica L. Smith) and Where Light Goes
Learn about how studying ancient cities can help us plan modern cities from author Monica L. Smith, an archaeologist and professor in the department of anthropology at UCLA. Plus, learn what happens to light when you turn off the light switch.
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Additional resources from Monica L. Smith:
- “Cities: The First 6,000 Years” — https://amazon.com
- UCLA Faculty Profile (Anthropology) — https://anthro.ucla.edu/faculty/monica-l-smith
- UCLA Faculty Profile (Archaeology) — https://ioa.ucla.edu/people/monica-l-smith
- Research from Monica L. Smith — https://ucla.academia.edu/MonicaLSmith
Other resources discussed:
- Light Absorption, Reflection, and Transmission | The Physics Classroom — https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/light/Lesson-2/Light-Absorption,-Reflection,-and-Transmission
- When You Turn Off A Light, Where Does The Light Go? | Forbes — https://www.forbes.com/sites/jillianscudder/2017/02/19/when-you-turn-off-a-light-where-does-the-light-go/#678694f7556c
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