AIA Lecturer: Miriam Stark

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University of Hawai'i, Manoa

Miriam Stark

Miriam Stark is with the University Hawai’i at Manoa, and holds her degrees from the University of Arizona (Ph.D.) and the University of Michigan.  Her current research interests are Southeast Asia archaeology, in particular the archaeology of Cambodia, with a focus on political economies and state formation.  She is Co-Director of the Lower Mekong Archaeological Project, is a Co-Investigator with the Greater Angkor Project, and has published widely.

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