The Origins of Archaic State Society in Ancient Hawaii

February 6. 4:30pm.  Heroy Hall 153

Dr. Mark D. McCoy is a landscape archaeologist whose research is aimed at bringing together multiple lines of evidence to understand the emergence of social complexity. In his career, he has published 22 peer-reviewed journal articles dealing with a broad range of topics from the dynamic relationship between people and the natural environment to the ways social inequality became institutionalized in the past.

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