Alison K. Carter
An Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Oregon, USA, Alison Kyra Carter researches the political economy and evolution of complex societies in Southeast Asia. Other research interests include the archaeology of East and South Asia, materials analysis and LA‐ICP‐MS, craft technology and specialization, household archaeology, ritual and religion, trade and exchange, and bead studies.
Alison Carter is currently Principal Investigator and Project Co-Director (with Miriam T. Stark) of P'teah Cambodia, an archaeological investigation of Pre-Angkorian, Angkorian, and Post-Angkorian residential spaces in Battambang Province. The project started in May-June 2018 with excavations near Prasat Baset Temple (see project website).
- Films: តើមានមនុស្សប៉ុន្មាននាក់ដែលបានរស់នៅអង្គរ (How many people lived at Angkor ?)
- Books: The Angkorian city: From Hariharalaya to Yashodharapura
- Publications: Temple Occupation and The Tempo of Collapse at Angkor Wat
- Publications: Diachronic modeling of the population within the medieval Greater Angkor Region settlement complex
- Publications: New Findings Hint at The True Reasons For The Decline of Angkor Civilisation