Take a moment to consider what life was like before there were cities. For the majority of human history people lived off the land in every possible way. The transition from hunter-gatherer society to an agricultural society is one of the most significant events in the history of humans. In the Sticks to Bricks broadcast you will meet Bill Parkinson, Associate Curator of Eurasian Anthropology at The Field Museum. Dr. Parkinson’s research focuses on the origins and development of early village societies, specifically in southeastern Europe.