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  1. Asian and Pacific Cosmopolitans: Self and Subject in Motion.(Book review): An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Philip Holden, 2009-04-01
  2. The most influential books of Southeast Asian Studies.(Editor's Note)(List): An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Hui Yew-Foong, 2009-04-01
  3. Turiang: A fourteenth - century shipwreck in Southeast Asian waters (Aquatic Archeology) by Roxanna M. Brown, Sten Sjostrand, 2000-01-19
  4. Art & Archeology of Viet Nam - Asian Crossroads of Cultures
  5. Animal Motifs in Asian Art: An Illustrated Guide to Their Meanings and Aesthetics.(Book Review): An article from: Marvels & Tales by Stephen Canham, 2005-10-01
  6. Religion and politics in Southeast Asia.(Editor's Note)(Religion in Southeast Asian Politics: Resistance, Negotiation and Transcendence)(Editorial)(Conference ... Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Terence Chong, 2010-04-01
  7. Southeast Asian Lives: Personal Narratives and Historical Experience.(Book review): An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Francis Khek Gee Lim, 2010-04-01
  8. The Abdication of the Intellectuals: Sociology, Anthropology, and the Asian Values Debate--or, What Everybody Needed to Know about "Asian Values" That ... Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Clive S. KESSLER, 1999-10-01
  9. Kinship and Food in Southeast Asia.(Studies in Asian Topics, vol. 38)(Book review): An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Judith Bovensiepen, 2009-10-01
  10. A Nation in Distress: Human Rights, Authoritarianism, and Asian Values in Malaysia.: An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Wan A. MANAN, 1999-10-01
  11. The Miracle Turned Crises in the East Asian Region: Implications for Policies Affecting Transnational Migrants.: An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Joaquin L. III GONZALEZ, 1999-04-01
  12. Is Communitarianism Uniquely Asian? A Filipino's Perspective.: An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Fernando N. ZIALCITA, 1999-10-01
  13. Asian Values in Indonesia? National and Regional Identities.: An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Adrian VICKERS, Lyn FISHER, 1999-10-01
  14. State and Civil Society: Global Context, Southeast Asian Prospect.: An article from: SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia by Clive S. KESSLER, 1998-04-01

1. Southeast Asian Archaeology Research And Database
This bibliographic and research database is devoted to scholarly research pertaining to Southeast Asian archaeology and anthropology
Southeast Asian Archaeology Scholarly Website T hrough funding provided by the The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., the University of Pennsylvania Museum has created a website for the dissemination of scholarship on the archaeology and anthropology of Southeast Asia. T he project currently has two components a web-based bibliography and a set of archaeological databases. The bibliography can be searched and selected references exported to the user's word processing or bibliography program. The archaeological databases contain archaeological, biological, and cultural databases as well as data recording forms. Click on the image for Skeletal Datafiles Click on image for Bibliographic Database Click on image for the Ban Chiang Metals Databases and Datafiles Click on image for password-protected MMAP Database and files History of Website Main Ban Chiang Website Future Website of the Middle Mekong Archaeological Project (MMAP)
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology
contact websiter Updated 21 July 2010

2. American Center For Mongolian Studies
The International Center for East Asian Archeology and Cultural History at Boston University works with East Asian scholars throughout the world and
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This page contains information and links to Inner Asian programs, research efforts and faculty at Institutional Members of the American Center for Mongolian Studies. The ACMS welcomes all institutions with an interest in Inner Asia to join the ACMS and support its efforts to build an active, multi-disciplinary research presence in Inner Asia. Individual and Corporate Patrons are also listed.
Institutional Members
American-Eurasian Research Institute University of Arizona John W. Olsen at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arizona has been the co-leader of the Joint Mongolian-Russian-American Archeological Expeditions in Mongolia since 1995. The Center of Middle Eastern Studies and the Center of Near Eastern Studies also have an interest in Mongolia. Maria Fernandez-Gimenez in the Renewable Natural Resources Department also spent time working with property rights and resource management on common-property grasslands in Mongolia.

3. Roman News And Archeology
A weblog presenting Roman archeology news.
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Whatever is Roman, daily. Tout sur le monde Romain au jour le jour.
Credo Understanding the past in order to decipher the future.
We promote Roman heritage without any political or religious belief.
Comprendre le passé afin de mieux appréhender l'avenir. Notre promotion de l'héritage romain antique est dépourvu de toute vélléité politique ou religieuse.
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Labels Tuesday, April 27, 2010 This blog has moved This blog is now located at You will be automatically redirected in 30 seconds, or you may click here . For feed subscribers, please update your feed subscriptions to Wednesday, November 25, 2009 Sustainability of Ancient Water Supply Facilities in Jerusalem * * * This paper presents an overview on the sustainability of ancient water supply systems in Jerusalem from the Chalcolithic period (4500–3200 B.C.) until the present time. More Labels: israel roman empire scholar What were Roman houses like?

4. Asian Culture History And Archaeology
Culture history and archaeology of the Asian continent, including most of the countries and cultures in Asia.
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    Culture history and archaeology of the Asian continent, including most of the countries and cultures in Asia.
  • Afghanistan (13) Armenia (5) Asian Culture Civilizations (18) Azerbaijan (5) ...
  • Tongsamdong (South Korea)
    Tongsamdong is a large open-air shell midden site, located on the eastern coast of the island of Yongdo off the coast of South Korea. The site was occupied about between 4800-1700 cal BC. zSB(3,3)
    Along the Silk Road
    An introduction to the Silk Road, and information about the Asian cultures and others who established the road and traveled on it.
    The Anatolia region is one of the cradles of urban civilization in Asian culture, and consists of the peninsula of Asia Minor.
    Anuradhapura (Sri Lanka)
    Anuradhapura was founded by the Sinhalese king Pandukhabaya as his capital city in 437 BC.
    Archaeology of Mainland Southeast Asia.

    5. The Art Institute Of Chicago: Calendar: Events
    Bopearachchi received M.Phil, Ph.D, and Higher Doctorate (Habilitation) degrees from the ParisSorbonne University and now teaches Central Asian and South Asian archeology and art

    6. Archeological Collection Management
    Glossary of terms used in archeological collection management maintained by the United States National Park Service Archeology and Ethnography Program.

    7. Asian Archeological Resources
    A virtual online library containing all the resources you will ever need to study Asian Archeology.
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    8. CBC News - Art Design - Terracotta Army To March Into 4 Canadian
    This year, the army is coming to us, and ROM is ready to be conquered, quipped Chen Shen, ROM's chair of east Asian archeology and the senior curator who assembled the exhibit.
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      Terracotta Army to march into 4 Canadian cities
      CBC News The highlights will include life-sized figures, like this armoured general, that were meant to guard the First Emperor in the afterlife. (Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau/Shaanxi Cultural Heritage Promotion Centre) Four museums across Canada are preparing for an invasion by China's famed terracotta warriors, with Victoria and Calgary slated as additional stops to the previously announced shows in Toronto and Montreal. The Canadian tour of The Warrior Emperor and China's Terracotta Army, slated to run from 2010 through 2012, will exceed "the size and scope of all previous North American exhibitions" of the iconic Chinese artifacts, said Salvatore Badali, board of trustees chair for Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum. Representatives from the Royal BC Museum, the Glenbow, the ROM — the lead institution for the exhibition — and Montreal's Musée des beaux-arts joined Ontario and Chinese government officials to unveil details of the touring show on Wednesday morning.

    9. Remote Sensing Archeology Research At NASA
    NASA uses remote sensing for archeology research in the Peten Guatemala, Arenal region of Costa Rica, and Chaco Canyon in New Mexico.

    Remote Sensing
    Arenal, Costa Rica Chaco Canyon, NM The Peten, Guatemala ... ESO Home Other Links Archeology links Archeology Journals Archeology FAQ
    Much of human history can be traced through the impacts of human actions upon the environment. The use of remote sensing technology offers the archeologist the opportunity to detect these impacts which are often invisible to the naked eye. This information can be used to address issues in human settlement, environmental interaction, and climate change. Archeologists want to know how ancient people successfully adapted to their environment and what factors may have led to their collapse or disappearance. Did they overextend the capacity of their landscape, causing destructive environmental effects which led to their demise? Can this information be applied to modern day societies so that the mistakes of the past are not repeated? Remote sensing can be used as a methodological procedure for detecting, inventorying, and prioritizing surface and shallow-depth archeological information in a rapid, accurate, and quantified manner. Man is a tropical creature who has invaded every environment on earth successfully; now we are ready to explore, and eventually colonize, the delicate environments of Space. Understanding how ancient man successfully managed Earth is important for the success of current and future societies.
    "The stereotype has archaeologists just digging up spearheads and pottery and anthropologists just writing down the words of primitive tribes. But we're examining how people adapted to their environment throughout time, how they experienced environmental shift, why cultures come and go. Soils associated with artifacts are as important as the artifacts themselvesprobably more relevant to us than the actual objects. Now more than ever, archaeological research is interdisciplinary: botany, forestry, soil science, hydrologyall of which contribute to a more complete understanding of the earth, climatic shifts, and how people adapt to large regions. This understanding is critical to future decision making affecting the planet.

    10. Southeast Asian Archeology - What Does SEAArch Stand For? Acronyms And Abbreviat
    Acronym Definition; SEAArch Southeast Asian Archeology (newsblog) Asian Archeology

    11. Singapore Stuff
    The Southeast Asian Archeology site is one of only a few that tracks archeological digs around Singapore. The sites explored include Fort Canning, Istana Kampong Glam, Fort Tanjong
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    Who was Sang Nila Utama? What was life like in early, pre-colonial Singapore? It seems archaeology seems to attempt to answer some of these questions.
    The Southeast Asian Archeology site is one of only a few that tracks archeological digs around Singapore. The sites explored include Fort Canning Istana Kampong Glam Fort Tanjong Katong Palmer Road ... Padang and St Andrew's Cathedral with the respective site reports found on each of these pages. Also appended is Miksic's " Recent archaeological excavations in Singapore " for a survey of what some of these digs have revealed about early Singapore. John Miksic is the patron saint of archaeology in Singapore. Hear what he has to say about local archeology, his own calling to this profession and his experiences. Or read more about the findings from some of the digs.
    Another website by MA student Noel Tan - Southeast Asian Archaeology - updates readers on both local and other Southeast Asian archaeological excavations. His primer (Part 1 and Part 2 ) on the Srivijaya Kingdom lists an overview of the Buddhist empire that stretched from Java to Thailand spanning 600 years of rule. Consider his fascinating 3-part story -

    12. Archeology Mapping: Non-Invasive Geophysical Investigation Of The Subsurface
    Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. explain the technology and use of geophysical survey methods in archeology for non-invasively mapping the subsurface and features within it.
    Archeology, in the past decade and into the new millennium, is trending more toward preservation and reduction of destructive excavation. Within the United States, archeological research, Cultural Resource Management (CRM) work, the National Park Service and other government agencies are all dedicated to the preservation of the country's national heritage.
    GSSI applauds the efforts of these groups and supports their goals through the development of geophysical surveying systems and software that non-invasively, non-destructively map the subsurface and the features within it. The main geophysical methods employed in archeological work are:
    • Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Magnetrometry Resistivity Conductivity
    Among the primary benefits of geophysical survey applications ...
    • Archeologists are able to map/profile existing and potential sites without extensive excavation. Survey information gathered using non-invasive methods contributes to the creation of site strategies, conservation, preservation and, if necessary, accurate location of excavation units. These methods reduce the cost, time and risk associated with archeological investigations.

    13. Welcome To ICEAACH
    Welcome to ICEAACH We're opening the doors to the lessons of East Asia's past
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    Launched in 1999 with a start-up grant from the Henry Luce Foundation , ICEAACH today is an internationally-recognized hub for multi-disciplinary research and public outreach in East Asian archaeology and cultural heritage. The primary mission of ICEAACH is to advance the field of East Asian archaeology and promote knowledge and understanding of East Asia's rich cultural heritage. We do this through a wide variety of teaching, research, exchange, and public outreach activities supported through major foundation grants and private donors ICEAACH programs and research collections are designed to serve the many and varied needs of scholars and students from around the globe, as well as the general public, who are interested in East Asian archaeology, cultural heritage management, anthropology, art history, pre-modern history, religion, and other related fields. We foster collaborative programs across various fields of interest related to the understanding of East Asia's rich cultural heritage. ICEAACH's knowledgeable staff and our research collections serve educators at all levels, museums, the media, and the interested public. The Center is part of the

    14. Forbidden Archeology - Michael A. Cremo
    Drutakarma s Forbidden Archeology page.

    15. Society For East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) - SEAA-Web - Home
    The Website of the Society for East Asian Archaeology

    16. SEAA Meaning - Acronym Attic
    Students for Environmental Action and Awareness * State Educational Assistance Authority * Society for East Asian Archeology * Steel Erection Association of America
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    17. ArcheoLogic | Homepage
    Archeologisch risicomanagement van projecten in de bouw- en infrastructuur voor de projectontwikkelaar.

    18. Asian Archeology | Journeys Blog
    Smithsonian Journeys offers educational tours for a wide range of interests. Our tours delve into history, culture, and the arts.

    19. Profile Of Researchers : Faculty Of Foreign Studies Department Of Asian Cultures
    Journal of Southeast Asian Archeology,Japan Society for Southeast Asian Archeology Volume/issue/page 26, 147162 Joint authors Yukitsugu Tabata,Kunikazu Ueno, Tetsuo Hishida,Yasuharu
    Faculty of Foreign Studies Department of Asian Cultures MARUI MASAKO Faculty of Foreign Studies Department of Asian Cultures
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    MARUI MASAKO Profile Professors emeritus Academic background Academic degrees Work experience ... Licenses and qualifications Research areas and themes Research topics Desired joint or funded research themes Joint or funded research achievements Research activities Books Papers Research announcements Other research results ... Intellectual property rights Educational activities Educational achievements Social activities Social activities Unauthorized use of this information is prohibited. Papers Number of the published data : 11 No. Title of presented paper Journal Publication date DOI Mutual Understanding on Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Historical Lanscape between Cambodia and... Type of journal Other Authorship Joint authors Title of presented paper Mutual Understanding on Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Historical Lanscape between Cambodia and Japan Journal Report of 2005 Programme for Professionals in the Fields of
    Volume/issue/page Joint authors ISSN Summary In the 45th Mission Archeological Investigation at Banteay Kdei, 2005

    20. Texas Beyond History
    An illustrated popular guide to archeological sites across the state from Texas Archeological Research Laboratory and Texas Archeological Society. Includes timeline, map tool, glossary, kids section.
    Text Only Texas Beyond History The Texas Beyond History website incorporates virtual muesum exhibits, resources for kids and teachers, faq, glossary, and site search to improve public access to the archeology and cultural heritage of Texas. For the most accessible navigation, please use our Text Only page.

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