This conference will highlight the recent archaeological discoveries in Southeast and East Asia that have begun to transform our understanding of prehistoric and proto-historic societies and cultural trajectories in these closely linked regions. It will bring together a diverse group of researchers from the US and other regions that work on a wide range of topics related to regional culture histories, anthropological theories, and modern-day issues of national identity and cultural heritage management. Paper topics will include discussions of subsistence practices, specialized craft production, emergent complexity and urban forms, inter-regional interaction and exchange, and the nature of ancient violence.
Venue: The Madison Concourse Hotel 1 W. Dayton St. | Madison, WI 53703
For more information, contact the conference organizer:
Dr. Nam C. Kim,
Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org