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This weekend I was able to head back to Angkor Borei for a quick trip with an archaeologist friend to do a little recon work and see how the Angkor Borei museum is doing. We then headed up to see … Continue reading
2005 was my first trip to Cambodia and I came as a volunteer with the Lower Mekong Archaeological Project (LOMAP) with Dr. Miriam Stark at the University of Hawai’i. This trip had a major impact on my academic career trajectory. … Continue reading
The return and reunification of the head of a Harihara statue has been in the news as of late. The head was taken to France from the southern Cambodian hilltop temple site of Phnom Da in the 19th century by … Continue reading
I had meant to blog this article on Angkor Borei and Cambodia’s southern temples from Conde Nast Traveler when it was published (a year ago!), but I was in the thick of finishing my dissertation and it got pushed to … Continue reading
You might also be interested in checking out this post: So, you want to be an archaeologist in Cambodia? A list of current and (recent) past archaeological projects in Cambodia. Please contact me if you have any additions/changes/or additional information … Continue reading
In a couple weeks I’ll be heading back to Cambodia for a short trip to do some more research. I plan on blogging periodically while I’m there, but things might be a bit slow until then. I’m heading back to … Continue reading
On my way back to the US there was a front page story in the International Herald Tribune on Pol Pot era canals being revived in Cambodia. Since then I’ve been thinking about canals and irrigation (I know, I know … Continue reading
A couple weeks before I left Phnom Penh I had a chance to go to Kampong Thom to visit Sambor Prei Kuk with a friend. Sambor Prei Kuk was one of the most important Pre-Angkorian capital centers in Cambodia but … Continue reading