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Chinese Bronze Age Economics

A Multi-sited Approach to Shang Dynasty Bone Crafting

Roderick Campbell

ISAW


Roderick Campbell is Associate Professor of East Asian Archaeology and History at ISAW. Since graduating from Harvard in 2007 with a dual degree in Anthropology (Archaeology) and East Asian Languages and Civilizations (Chinese History), Professor Campbell's research has been focused on theorizing ancient social-political organization, social violence and history. His geographical and temporal focus has been late 2nd millennium BC north China, although an interest in broader comparison and long-term change is beginning to draw him beyond Shang China.

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Event Details

  • 10/17/2017
  • 06:00 PM
  • ISAW Lecture Hall

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