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Section Editor (Environmental Archaeology) Editorial Role Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology  
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Out of Africa, Into South Asia Invited Contributor British Academy 16-APR-2013
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Invited participant in workshop of ‘Out of Africa, Into South Asia’: A British Academy International Partnership project, Oxford University. 16-17 April 2013
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17-APR-2013
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The archaeobotany of rice: from domestication to global warming Invited Speaker Arkansas State University 10-APR-2013
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RiziCulture Lecture Series
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Evolving rice cultivation systems: from domestication to global warming Invited Speaker Durham University 24-OCT-2012
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Editorial Board Editorial Role Oxford Research Reviews for Archaeology 2012
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Rice & Language across Asia: Crops, movement & social change Invited Speaker Cornell University 22-SEP-2011
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Invited Keynote speaker for symposium “Rice & Language across Asia: Crops, movement & social change”, Cornell University Department of Linguistics, East Asia Program and Southeast Asia Program. Keynote title: “Pathways to Asian Civilizations: Tracing the Ecological and Cultural Niches of Rice in Asia”.
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25-SEP-2011
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The Archaeobotany of Prehistoric contacts across the Indian Ocean. Crop Movements and Trade between Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia Invited Speaker New York University 21-SEP-2011
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Invited Seminar
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Early Rice Cultivation & Its Weed Flora Conference Organisation Peking University School of Archaeology and Museology 30-MAY-2011
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Co-oraganizer (and speaker) for symposium
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31-MAY-2011
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The rice of Tianluoshan and the comparative study of cereal domestication processes Invited Speaker Hemudu International Cultural Forum 27-MAY-2011
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28-MAY-2011
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New archaeobotanical information on plant domestications: tracking the evolution of domestication syndrome traits Invited Speaker University of California, Berkeley 03-APR-2011
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