" /Parents need to know that this family-friendly show teaches history in a fun, accessible way.Viewers will enjoy tagging along on likable host Josh Bernstein's globetrotting adventures; the fact that he's also delivering a fairly comprehensive lecture on a broad range of topics -- ranging from archeology and sociology to anatomy and biology -- will probably go unnoticed by kids but be welcomed by adults.There's no swearing, sex, or drinking (though alcohol is discussed in a historical context).Is Atlantis, the story of the fabled continent, a myth or based in fact?
Between psychology, the study of one person, and anthropology, the study of a collective, Bernstein found a balance—a concept that was becoming a defining personal quality—in studying both.
There's no swearing, sex, or drinking (though alcohol is discussed in a historical context).
Bernstein sometimes demonstrates fighting techniques with weapons like swords and spears, but no one gets hurt.
It's interesting that both men were able to cross comfortably between life in a major city and life on the frontier, as Bernstein does today.
Bernstein saw Cornell as a place where he could "stretch and grow.
One of the most enduring legends of all time, Atlantis was described as a perfect society--peaceful, artistic, and technologically advanced--but it was destroyed in a cataclysm that literally drowned the continent. Join host Josh Bernstein as he heads to the Mediterranean Sea in search of Atlantis.