SEAA

SEAA Society for East Asian Archaeology

For more information on recent dissertations on East Asian Archaeology you may also consider:

Asian Archaeology Dissertation Reviews

As a new series Asian Archaeology is now being covered by Dissertation Reviews ( http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/5692 )

From the website:

We have another new series on Dissertation Reviews! We are very excited to add the Asian Archaeology to our ever-expanding family. “Asian Archaeology Dissertation Reviews” will bring you friendly, non-critical overviews of recently defended, unpublished dissertations, as well as guides for archives, libraries and collections around the world. If you wish to participate in Dissertation Reviews, please click here to become a reviewer or to have your dissertation reviewed. If you are interested in contributing a “Fresh from the Archives” or “Talking Shop” article, or helping out in some other way, please contact anke.hein@dissertationreviews.org.
 

 

 


 

The EAANnouncements discontinued in autumn 1998. Abstracts of dissertations on East Asian archaeology have not been compiled nor published systematically since. This section therefore provides not only abstracts of current MA and PhD theses. It is dedicated to also include information on thesis completed in the years 1998 to 2006.

Please look up the guidelines for contributions.
 

2007

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FORD, Anne (2007), Masters dissertation, Archaeology program, La Trobe University, Australia.
 

Stone Tool Production-Distribution Systems during the Early Bronze Age at Huizui, China.

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2006

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SHŌDA Shinya (2006), Department of Archaeology, Graduate School, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea (Supervised by Professor LEE Kang-seung)
 

Production and Society in the Southern Korean Bronze Age

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2004

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DAI Xiangming (2004), Revised from Ph.D dissertation, Archaeology Program, La Trobe University, Australia

Pottery Production, Settlement Patterns, and Development of Social Complexity in the Yuanqu Basin, North-Central China

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2003

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BAUSCH, Ilona (2003), PhD dissertation, Durham University, UK 

The Social Context of Exotic Stone Exchange Networks in Central Japan During the Late Middle Jōmon Period
 

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LI Xinwei (2003), Archaeology Program, La Trobe University, Australia

Development of Social Complexity in the Liaoxi Area, Northeast China

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MA Xiaolin (2003), Revised from Ph.D dissertation, Archaeology Program, La Trobe University, Australia

Emergent Social Complexity in the Yangshao Culture: Analyses of settlement patterns and faunal remains from Lingbao, western Henan, China (c. 4900-3000 BC)

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2002

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SEYOCK, Barbara (2002), PhD dissertation, Eberhard-Karls-University Tuebingen, Germany

 Auf den Spuren der Ostbarbaren
- Zur Archäologie protohistorischer Kulturen in Südkorea und Westjapan -
(Tracing the Eastern Barbarians - On the Archaeology of Protohistoric Cultures in South Korea and Western Japan -)
in German, with English abstract

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WANG Shejiang (2002), PhD dissertation, Archaeology Program, La Trobe University, Australia

Perspectives on Hominid Behaviour and Settlement Patterns: A study of the Lower Palaeolithic sites in the Luonan Basin, China

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