Link Dump: late summer edition

I’ve been really busy as of late, but here’s a few things worth  mentioning:

-The complete lecture series in honor of the “Gods of Angkor” exhibit at the FreerSackler gallery in DC is being posted online at YouTube here.  It makes me feel  a little bit better I can’t be there in person to hear all of them. VIA

-This isn’t necessarily new but the website on the excavation at Prohear has been updated to include a link to a great documentary on their work at that site (as well as showing work at other archaeological sites in Cambodia).  AND you can also download a full-color PDF of an entire book they published on Prohear (in English with some Khmer).  Cool!

More videos, not of archaeology but this year’s Khmer class at SEASSI.  I was really happy to be able to participate in some of their activities.


-I’m looking forward to the upcoming EurASEAA conference in Berlin.

The Annual Conference on South Asia will have several panels on archaeology and a few papers on interaction between South and Southeast Asia.

-The Council on Thai Studies conference will also be held in Madison this year, although they don’t have their website up and running yet.

On an unrelated note, here’s a few photos of what I’ve been up to these past few months.  One of these days I’ll write a bit more about them in detail.

Scanning Electron Microscope:


And there are always more artifacts to study

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