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Katipunan Arkeologist ng Pilipinas, Inc.


National Museum of the Philippines


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University of the Philippines (Diliman)


The Solheim Foundation

Talastasang Bakas (Sayt ni Dr. Z.A. Salazar)

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Erasmus Mundus Master in Quaternary and Prehistory


Human Origins Patrimony in Southeast Asia

 

 

 

The faculty of the ASP is composed of full time and part time members from various colleges/units of the U.P. System, as well as faculty members from the National Museum. The staff is also strengthened by visiting faculty members from universities outside the Philippines.

Current faculty members are:

Faculty

 

Specialization

Mary Grace Lualhati Barretto-Tesoro

Ph.D., Archaeology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Cultural Archaeology,
Mortuary Analysis,
Identity and Gender in Archaeology

Rebecca Crozier

PhD in Archaeology, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom

Human osteology, taphonomy, mortuary analysis, prehistory, forensic archaeology, British Neolithic.

Armand Salvador B. Mijares

Ph.D. Archaeology, Australian National University

Lithic Analysis,
Soil Micromorphology,
Ceramic Petrology,
Paleolithic Archaeology

Leee Anthony M. Neri

Ph.D. Archaeology, Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines

Obsidian Sourcing,
Lithic Analysis,
Mindanao Archaeology,
Archaeology of Celebes Sea Region,
and Historical Archaeology

Alfred F. Pawlik

Ph.D. in Prehistory, University of Tübingen, Germany

Paleolithic Archaeology,
European Prehistory,
Archaeotechnology,
Microwear Analysis

Victor J. Paz

Ph.D. Archaeology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Archaeobotany,
Pacific Archaeology,
Southeast Asian Archaeology

Rebekka Volmer

PhD in Paeleobiology, University of Frankfurt, Germany.

Palaeoecology Large Mammals,
,Pleistocene of Southeast Asia,
Ecological modelling

Lecturers

 

Specialization

Pauline Basilia

M.A. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Organic and Inorganic Beads, Social Complexity, Metal Age Craft Production, Residue Analysis, Scanning Electron Microscopy

Eusebio Z. Dizon

Ph.D. Anthropology, Major in Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania, PA, U.S.A.

Underwater Archaeology,
Prehistoric Archaeology,
Metal Age

Michelle Eusebio

Ph.D. Anthropology, Major in Archaeology, University of Florida, FL, U.S.A.

Southeast Asian Archaeology,
Archaeological Chemistry,
Organic Residue Analysis of Pottery,
Archaeology of Food and Foodways

Vito Hernandez
vchernandez@upd.edu.ph

M.S. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines Diliman

Soils in Archaeology, River and Floodplain Archaeology, Cultural Resource Management

Mark Mabanag

Masters in Anthroplogy, University of Washington, United States

Enviromental Archaeology, Human Adaptation, Prehistoric Agriculture, Cereamic Analyses, Macrobotany

Dante Ricardo N. Manipon

M.A. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Paleolithic, Experimental Knapping

Jessica Cecilia A. Peña

M.A. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Bioarchaeology, Human Remains

Dawn Iva Satumbaga

M.S. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Geoarchaeology

Joan Tara R. Reyes

M.A. in Archaeology, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Ancient Philippine religion and Secondary Coffin Burials