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UHCSEAS Director Dr. Stark awarded $318K for P’teah Cambodia Project

Dr. Stark grant award

An archaeological field research project that takes a bottom-up approach to better understand the Angkorian empire just received a four-year, $318,359 National Science Foundation award. Led by University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Department of Anthropology Professor (and our UHCSEAS Director) Miriam Stark and University of Oregon faculty member Alison Carter, the P’teah Cambodia project focuses on the everyday lives of the Angkor people.

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