National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: Mark D. McCoy

Affiliation: Southern Methodist University

Mark D. McCoy is Associate Professor with the Department of Anthroplogy at Southern Methodist University, and holds his degrees from the University of California, Berkeley (Ph.D.), the University of Aukland, and the University of New Mexico.  He is a landscape archaeologist whose research interests include complex societies, human ecology in island environments, GIS and other survey methods, and archaeology of Oceania.  Professor McCoy has ongoing research projects across Oceania, including the Hawaiian Islands, and his publications include “The significance of religious ritual in ancient Hawai’i” (Journal of Pacific Archaeology, in press).

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