From the secretary
SEAA-web first of all is a means of communication for the members of SEAA, and moreover a platform for information for all those interested in East Asian archaeology and early history. It cannot work without the cooperation and assistance of all users. All kinds of information concerning East Asian archaeology and early history as well as the members' activities are very much welcome. The SEAA-web is open for contributions from non-members as well. Look up the Contributions Guidelines for further information.
The archives of the SEAA-web were initially created from the text body of the EAANouncements (1990-1998), the newsletter of the former East Asian Archaeology Network (EAAN), which in 1996 became the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA). All credits for the comprehensive EAAN archives of this site accordingly go to Gina Lee Barnes, the editor of EAANouncements – initiator of EAAN, and founding president of SEAA – , and to her many regular co-editors, guest editors and contributors. It has been the aim of the SEAA-web to pick up the thread, and eventually achieve a similar successful means of communication.
I would like to express my gratitude to all the people helping to create, polish, and maintain this website.
April 26th 2009, Hattingen