AIA Lecturer: Jennifer Campbell

Lectures by Jennifer Campbell

State University of New York, Potsdam

Jennifer Campbell

Jennifer Campbell is with the State University of New York at Potsdam, and holds her degrees from the University of Toronto (Ph.D.) and Memorial University of Newfoundland.  Her research interests include architectural life histories, trade, and complex societies.  She is currently the Co-Director of the Caravanserai Networks Project in Northern Pakistan and Northern India.  Forthcoming publications are “Surveying and Recording Standing Architecture: an Archaeological Approach” for the Journal of Field Archaeology, and “Politics, Economy, and Architecture: The Negotiations of Identity and Social Control along the Grand Trunk Road in Mughal South Asia” for the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology.

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