ISEAA is pleased to be able to begin to share access to chapters in the Ban Chiang monograph suite on metallurgy. The University of Pennsylvania Press, which is publishing the Ban Chiang Metals Monograph series, has a 12 month embargo period for posting copies of work online. Essentially, authors must wait 12 months after their
Image: Jingdezhen B&W, first half of the 17th century A new publication has come out on the ISEAA 2018 survey in Laos near Thakhek. The focus is on the historic ceramics that link the site to ceramic production centers in China, Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand. See also this article in Expedition.
The past two years have been a whirlwind of activity of getting the Ban Chiang metals monograph suite through the publication process as well as participating in several trips and conferences, all detailed in our 2019 newsletter. These accomplishments could not have been done without your support! Please continue to support our work with a
We are excited to share that the first review of Volume 2A of the Ban Chiang metals monograph has been published in Antiquity, the premier international archaeology journal! David Warburton, a specialist in Near Eastern archaeology, has written a glowing review that appears in the latest issue (vol. 93 no. 371). He states that “this