Brown professor to use $150K ACLS grant for archaeological survey

BROWN UNIVERSITY assistant professor of anthropology Parker VanValkenburgh and his colleagues have been awarded a $150,000 American Council of Learned Societies grant to develop a digital platform for an archaeological survey in the Andes Mountain range in Peru. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Brown University assistant professor of anthropology Parker VanValkenburgh, along with his colleagues, was awarded a $150,000 American Council of Learned Societies grant to develop a digital platform for an archaeological survey in the Andes Mountain range in Peru, according to a late August release from the Ivy League school. VanValkenburgh, together with Vanderbilt…

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