Archaeology Seminar Series: Climate, Conflict, and Everyday Life in the Andes
How have, and how can, humans respond to natural hazards and conflict? This talk outlines Dr. Bongers current project.
Jacob Bongers published article in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
Painting personhood: Red pigment practices in southern Peru.
David Carballo co-author a paper with Alumni
Sacred Landscape and Cultural Astronomy on the Marcahuasi Plateau, Peru.
One on one with Dr. Jacob Bongers, Society Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar
The Boston University College of Arts and Sciences Archaeology Program is proud to welcome the first cohort of the Society of Fellows, a new program that gives early-career scholars with a commitment to interdisciplinary and inclusive scholarship an opportunity to advance their research and teaching. Doctor Jacob Bongers is one of the first scholars in […]
Photos from the 10/30 Indigenous Archaeology and Community Engaged Research in the Americas panel
Click here to view photos from the event. Indigenous Archaeology and Community Engaged Research in the Americas panel. Sponsored by the Boston University College of Arts and Sciences and the Associate Provost for Diversity & Inclusion in collaboration with the Archaeology Program, Department of Anthropology, and the American & New England Studies Program. […]