Brad LoewenDr. Brad Loewen, Historian, Anthropologist, and Archaeologist, Department of Anthropology Historical and Maritime Archaeology related to the modern period in Europe and the Northeast, School of archaeological excavations in Old Montreal, Historical Dendrochronology Research Group, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Bruce BradleyDr. Bruce Bradley, Associate Professor and Director of the Experimental Archaeology at University of Exeter, U.K.

Claude Picard, Policy Analyst at the Assembly of First Nations Québec-Labrador, Canada.

Dennis StanfordDr. Dennis Stanford, Curator of Archeology and Director of the Paleo-Indian Program at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C, U.S.A.

Douglas Cardinal, Architect, Anishinaabe Siksikaitsitapi Douglas Cardinal(Blackfoot), President of Douglas Cardinal Architect, Inc. Order of Canada, Ph.D. (h.c.). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Idoia Arana-BeobideIdoia Arana-Beobide, Museologist, Managing Director at Douglas Cardinal Architect, Inc., founding Director of the International Network for Training, Education and Research on Culture, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Jeremy DutcherJeremy Dutcher, performer, composer, activist, musicologist. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Joelle DarricauJoëlle Darricau, Director of l’Espace culturel Isturitz-Oxocelhaya Arts et Sciences, Chairman of International Commission on Prehistory in Show Caves, International Federation for Rock Art Organisations, Vice-president of Les Chemins de l’Art Aurignacien, and President of Sites & Musées en Pays Basque. Navarre, Basque Country.

John KochDr. John Koch, Linguist, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies National Library of Wales, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.

Kahente Horne-MillerDr. Kahente Horn-Miller, Assistant Professor in the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Laurier TurgeonDr. Laurier Turgeon, Anthropologist and Historian, Department of Anthropology, Director of the Institute of Francophony in America, holder of the Chair of research of Canada in ethnological patrimony, Director of Laboratory of Ethnological and Multimedia Survey, Université Laval, Québec, Canada.

Dr. Lionel SiLionel Simsms, Anthropologist, Historian, and Sociologist, School of Anthropology and Social Sciences, University of East London, U.K.

Margaret JodryDr. Margaret Jodry, Anthropologist, Paleo-cultural Research Group at Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C, U.S.A.

Maria PalaDr. Maria Pala, Geneticist and Senior Research Fellow in Archaeogenetics, University of Huddersfield, U.K.

Peio MonteanoDr. Peio Monteano Sorbet. Historian, Director of the Royal and General Archives of Navarre. Navarre, Basque Country.

Dr. Peter Bakker, Linguist, Anthropology, Archaeology andPeter Bakker Linguistics at Aarhus University, Denmark.

Richard PeltierDr. Richard Peltier, Physicist, Department of Physics, Professor of Physics, Director of the Centre for Global Change Science. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Robert Grenier. Historian and Archaeologist, former Director of the Underwater Archaeology Unit, Parks Canada, UNESCO 2001 Commission. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Ron Williamson

Ron Williamson

Louis Lesage

Dr. Ronald F. Williamson, Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Director of the archaeology team at ASI Heritage, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (co-author with Dr. Louis Lesage, Biologist, Director of the Office of Nionwentsïo, Huron-Wendat Nation, in Wendake, Quebec, Canada).

Dr. Stephanie Inglis. Linguist. Professor of Mi’kmaq Studies and the Director of the Mi’kmaw Language Lab of the Unama’ki College of Cape Breton University.

Stephen AugustineStephen Augustine, Hereditary Chief on the Mi’kmaq Grand Council and Associate Vice President, Indigenous Affairs and Unama’ki College, at Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Stephen OppenheimerDr. Stephen Oppenheimer, Pediatrician and expert in prehistoric migrations (using genetics, archaeology, cultural anthropology and paleo-climate), School of Anthropology, Oxford University, U.K.

Xabi OteroXabi Otero, Graphic Designer, Photographer, and Researcher, Director of Jauzarrea Centre for Basque Studies, Arraiotz Baztan Valley. Navarra. Basque Country.

Charles VidegainXarles Videgain. Linguist.,Professor at the University of Pau, Vice-President of Euskaltzaindia, the Academy of the Basque Language, University of Pau and Bayonne Pays de l’Adour. Lapurdi, Basque Country.