AIA Lecturer: William Parkinson

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The Field Museum of Natural History

William Parkinson

Dr. William A. Parkinson (Curator of Eurasian Anthropology, The Field Museum; Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago) is a specialist in European and Eastern Mediterranean Prehistory.  His anthropological research explores the social dynamics of early village societies and the emergence of early states. He is American co-director of the Körös Regional Archaeological Project in Hungary and The Diros Project on the Mani Peninsula in southern Greece. 

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