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Quantitative History Webinar Series - Varied Trajectories of Chiefdomization by Robert D. Drennan

Quantitative History Webinar Series - Varied Trajectories of Chiefdomization by Robert D. Drennan

Join our upcoming QH Webinar featuring anthropologist Robert D. Drennan (Pittsburgh) and explore how his research team seeks to understand better the chiefdomization process that produced the earliest complex societies by pursuing a comparative archaeological analysis of some 60 "natural experiments" around the world. Live on Zoom on March 10, 2022 10:00 Hong Kong/Beijing/Singapore

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 Asia Global Institute

 7th March, 2022

#Archaeology #AsiaGlobalInstitute #HKUBusinessSchool #economichistory #quantitativehistory


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