Jago Cooper (born 1 June 1977) is a British archaeologist and the Curator of the Americas at the British Museum whose career has focused on the archaeology of South America and the Caribbean, in particular the historic effects of climate change on island communities.
Born: Jago Elliott Cooper, 1 June 1977 (age 41), St. Pancras, London, England, UK
Jago Cooper, Writer: Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World. Jago Cooper was born on June 1, 1977 in St. Pancras, London, England as Jago Elliott Cooper. He is a writer, known for Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World (2014), Masters of the Pacific Coast: The Tribes of the American Northwest (2016) and Lost Kingdoms of Central America (2014).
Jago Cooper was appointed as Curator of the Americas in the department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas in 2012. Jago has responsibility for the curation, presentation, development and research of the Americas collections at the British Museum.His research has long focused on the fascinating human story of the Americas and he has spent many years living and working throughout North, Central
About Dr. Jago Cooper. Dr. Jago Cooper is Curator and Head of the Americas Section at the British Museum. Jago has worked on archaeological and heritage management projects in Latin America, the Pacific, Asia, and Europe.
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Dr Jago Cooper is probably the most recognizable archaeologist in Britain after Indiana Jones. At just 40 years of age and with boyish good looks, Dr Cooper exudes …
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Dr Jago Cooper + Add to shortlist Enquire. Dr Jago Cooper Jago is an archaeologist who contributed to the Channel 4 series – Man On Earth. The series explored how humans have dealt with the impacts of climate change in the past and what lessons we can learn for the future.
By Dr Jago Cooper Curator of the Americas, the British Museum. 14 January 2013. Image caption Jago Cooper (r) found ancient traditions were kept alive at Lake Guatavita by Enrique Gonzalez (l)
As intrepid archaeologist Jago Cooper plunges deeper into an ancient cave, with giant bats flickering in his torchlight, it’s easy to imagine what might happen next – either spears firing from
Jan 08, 2015 · Dr Jago Cooper travels through Peru and Ecuador to reassess the origins, accomplishments and nature of one of the greatest empires the world has ever seen.