A new resource from the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre:
This resource page disseminates published and unpublished reports pertinent to the pursuit of Southeast Asian Archaeology. This includes:
(1) Rare, unpublished, and/or out of print research materials;
(2) Papers and/or research publications when given explicit permission by the authors;
(3) The translations of research summaries originally written in a Southeast Asian language into English.
View the resource here.
Ever wonder who is in the field in Southeast Asia? What MA, PhD, or laboratory projects are in the works? Or, what new publications have been released?
ISEAA is starting a Twitter feed on just these topics. The feed is organized by Cyler Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org), a graduate student at the University of New Mexico. Please let him know what you are up to! The feed (here https://twitter.com/iseaarchaeology) will be cross-posted on the ISEAA Facebook page, so you do not have to follow or use Twitter to see the tweets. We will use the hashtag #ISEAAtweets and initially will aim to have a tweet every 2 weeks or so.
See our first tweet here (https://www.facebook.com/ISEAArchaeology)!
If you are interested in participating, please send a submission (with or without a photograph), and approximately 140 characters of text to Cyler.