This lecture, by Prof. Roland Fletcher of the University of Sydney, redefines the history of Angkor Wat as a giant low-density city, and reviews its global significance in relation to urban processes...
Join us on 10/21 for a talk by Prof. Roland Fletcher (U of Sydney) on the global significance of Angkor Wat in relation to urban processes.
Join us for a talk on capitalist relations among indigenous highlanders in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Join us on February 19 for a talk on capitalist relations among indigenous highlanders in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
A talk about how frontier expansion brings into existence new social identities, and new assemblages of "nature" and "culture" (on 11/06)
This week we feature writing on the diverse and changing architectural styles in Southeast Asia.
Join the Anthropology Dept. this Thursday (9/5) for a talk about Angkor Wat.
Featuring five ethnographic works pertaining to Southeast Asia.
Dr. Miriam Stark reviews Angkorian period economy and social organization.
Angkor Wat was a Hindu temple, built to honor God and King in the early 12th century CE in northwestern Cambodia.