The Participants

    • stark
University of Hawai'i-Manoa

Miriam Stark (PhD, University of Arizona 1993) has worked in Southeast Asian archaeology for 25 years, with fieldwork in the Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia. Since 1996 she has concentrated on Cambodian  archaeology. She co-directs the Lower Mekong Archaeological Project in collaboration with Cambodia’s Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, and serves as a Co-Investigator for the 2010-2015 phase of the Greater Angkor Project in collaboration with the University of Sydney.  Her research interests include state formation and landscape evolution in the first millennium CE and the political economy of the Khmer state.