Dr. K.C. Chang
Dr. Kwang-chih Chang (1931-2001) is a pioneer best known for bringing the richness and diversity of Chinese archaeology to the world. Throughout his life, he was influential in the development of archaeological theory, the fostering of international cooperative research in East Asia, and has trained many students who went on to become distinguished archaeologists in their own right.  To learn more about Dr. Chang's work, you can check the following bibliography of his publications compiled by Robert E. Murowchick, Lothar von Falkenhausen and Chen Xingcan through the following link: https://www.bu.edu/asianarc/files/2010/12/kcchang_publications.pdf

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