Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and host Joyce C. White will share insights with you throughout this journey. Dr. White has worked in Southeast Asian archaeology since the mid-1970s and currently directs a field-based archaeological research program in Laos that focuses on the history and prehistory of the Mekong Basin. She is co-director of the […]
Nancy Wilkie is a distinguished archaeologist and professor who has lectured to acclaim on numerous educational tours and cruises around the world, particularly throughout the Mediterranean. She is William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts, Emerita, at Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota) where she was co-coordinator of the Archaeology Concentration. Nancy has […]
Mimi Yiengpruksawan (Ph.D., UCLA) lived in Japan for nearly a decade and traveled throughout Asia on the side, including the Silk Road network, in connection with her ongoing interest in looking at pre-modern Japan from a broad perspective that encompasses China and Korea. She is fluent in Japanese, and speaks some Chinese. As part of […]
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