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Student Archaeological Field Experiences
Education Faculty
Uploaded on 2022-10-20 08:48:15
HKU Students travelled to the country of Armenia to conduct archaeological fieldwork.
Quantitative History Webinar Series - Varied Trajectories of Chiefdomization by Robert D. Drennan
Asia Global Institute
Uploaded on 2022-03-07 11:34:45
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 experi...
Quantitative History Webinar Series - Changing Views of Terminal Pleistocene Economies in South China: Tales from Two Caves
Asia Global Institute
Uploaded on 2021-12-01 13:07:09
Live on Zoom on December 2, 2021 12:00noon HKT Join NTU archeologist David J. Cohen for an exploration of changes in interpretations of human behavior and economies at two key Terminal Pleistocene cave sites in South China, Xianrendong 仙人洞 (Jiangxi) and Yuchanyan 玉蟾岩 (Hunan), over the pa...
量化歷史網上講座系列 | 中國史前時代的貧富分化 - 墓葬的視角 The rich-poor polarization in prehistoric China: a perspective based on burials
Asia Global Institute
Uploaded on 2021-01-21 13:41:34
Join us live on Zoom on Thurs, Jan 28 at 4PM. Wealth inequality revealed in investigations of archaeological burials is a valuable means to study the evolution of social stratification and civilization. The Chalcolithic period and the Early Bronze Age saw a gradually widening gap in both wealth and ...
HKU Press New Book Release- 南丫沙埔拼圖:考古調查與景觀重建
HK University Press
Uploaded on 2018-04-06 11:53:36
English edition is also available: Piecing Together Sha Po: Archaeological Investigations and Landscape Reconstruction Buy this book at HKUP website (https://www.hkupress.hku.hk) or HKUP Bookshop! Visit HKUP Bookshop at G/F, Run Run Shaw Heritage House 逸夫苑, Centennial Campus. We are open Monda...
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