Carter, Alison K.

 

Alison Carter is an anthropological archaeologist with an interest in the political economy and evolution of complex societies in Southeast Asia. She is currently Principal Investigator and Co-Director of P'teah Cambodia (ProjecT Excavating Ancient Households), a project investigating Pre-Angkorian, Angkorian, and Post-Angkorian residential spaces in Battambang Province. Other research interests include the archaeology of East and South Asia, materials analysis and LA‐ICP­‐MS, craft technology and specialization, ritual and religion, trade and exchange, and bead studies.

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