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Mark A. Mabanag

Senior Lecturer
mabanag.m.asp.@gmail.com

Research Interest:
Southeast Asian Neolithic; transitioon to agriculture in Island Southeast Asia, residue analysis, ceramic analysis, macrobotany, ethnohistory, culture contact, culture change, maritime trade, spread of Islam in Southeas Asia, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Area of Specialization:

Current Projects:

2016-Present

Human Adaptation and Climate Change in the Past 2016

Education

2016-On-going

Ph.D. Archaeology, Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Dissertation Title: .

2010

M.A. Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, Philippines.          Thesis Title:.

2004-2007

B.A. Social Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.

Archaeology Courses Taught

Archaeology 2

World Archaeology (undergraduate)

Publications

2015

Mabanag, M., McIntosh, J. & Cleghorn, P. "Archaeological Monitoring Report for Oahu Cemetery, Nu'uanu Valley, Ahupua'a of Honolulu, District of Kona, Island of O'ahu [Portions of TMK (1) 1-8-001:001].", Pacific Legacy, Kailua, O'ahu, Hawai'i.

2015

Mabanag, M. & Cleghorn, P. Archaeological Monitoring Report for the AT&T Fiber Optic Cable Relocation at the Makaha Bridge Replacement Project Area [Portions of TMK (1) 1-8-001:012, 8-4-002:045, 47, 8-4-018:014, 122, 123, 8-4-08:018, 019, and 020]. Pacific Legacy, Kailua, O'ahu, Hawa'i.