at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Dept. of Anthropology Colloquia Series (Ongoing Thru 11/30)


This fall, the Department of Anthropology (UHM) will be offering the following Southeast-Asia focus colloquia. Each will be held Thursday at 3:00 PM in Crawford Hall 115 unless otherwise noted. Reception will follow talks scheduled for Crawford Hall.

The following talks are co-sponsored by the Center.

  • OCTOBER 5, 2017: Temple Economy and the Pre-Angkorian State Formation: A Perspective from the Middle Mekong Region Co-sponsored by the Center for Southeast Asian Studies
    • Talk by: Piphal Heng (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) 
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  • NOVEMBER 9, 2017 : Biocultural Practices during the Transition to History at the Vat Komnou Cemetery, Cambodia
    • Talk by: Rona Ikehara-Quebral (Senior Osteologist, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc) Also: Miriam T. Stark, William Belcher, Voeun Vuthy, John Krigbaum, R. Alexander Bentley, Michele Toomay Douglas, and Michael Pietrusewky
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  • NOVEMBER 30, 2017: On the Periphery of Spanish Empire: Archaeology of Colonial Accommodation and Resistance
    • Talk by: Adam Lauer (Supervisory Archaeologist and Senior Osteologist, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc.) 
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