John Fox is a Harvard Ph.D. anthropologist who has excavated ancient ball courts in Central America, traced Marco Polo’s route across China, and bicycled Africa’s Rift Valley in search of human origins. He has contributed commentary to Vermont Public Radio, has written for Smithsonian, Outside, and Salon, among other publications, and in 2010 was awarded a MacDowell Colony fellowship. He is the author of Around the World with a Million Kids: Adventures of an Online Explorer, a collection of essays written while co-leading the groundbreaking Quest interactive educational expeditions. He lives in Boston.
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