AIA Lecturer: Jesse Casana

Lectures by Jesse Casana

University of Arkansas

Jesse Casana

Jesse Casana is with the Anthropology Department at the University of Arkansas, and holds his degrees from the University of Chicago (Ph.D. and M.A.) and the University of Texas at Austin (B.A.).  His areas of specialization are Near Eastern archaeology (particularly landscape archaeology and settlement), satellite imagery and remote sensing, and geoarchaeology.  He is currently working on a NASA-funded Space Archaeology project on “Settlement Systems and Environmental Change in the Northern Fertile Crescent”.

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