The Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology (ISEAA) needs your help to continue pioneering Southeast Asian archaeological research programs formerly funded by the University of Pennsylvania Museum, particularly the Ban Chiang Project and the Middle Mekong Archaeological Project (MMAP).
Thanks to ISEAA Founding Donor five-year pledges and other targeted donations, we have basic support to continue our publication program for the Ban Chiang and Lao research completed thus far, and to sustain a third of our overall budget over the next 4 years.
But we need your help to move our internationally renowned program forward, toward development of critical IT resources that will 1) give scholars worldwide access to online archived data and analyses, 2) position ISEAA to compete for grant moneys, and 3) allow us to continue our collaborative fieldwork in Northeast Thailand and Laos.
Please join with the many others who care about the future of Southeast Asian Archaeology and invest in the Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology. We welcome one-time donations at any level. ISEAA Sustaining Donors make commitments of at least two years. Donor levels start at $25.
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