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Roland Fletcher

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Roland Fletcher

Roland Fletcher has an international reputation as a radical theorist and as the instigator of the Greater Angkor Project. His fields of expertise are the theory and philosophy of archaeology, the study of settlement growth and decline and the analysis of large-scale cultural phenomena over time.

In 1995 he published The Limits of Settlement Growth, an analysis of the past 15,000 years of settlement-growth and decline, with Cambridge University Press. He initiated new teaching programs in the Archaeology of Asia and has taught a generation of diverse, innovative professional archaeologists. Created a multi-disciplinary research team of local and international research students and staff, linking the Humanities and the Sciences.

His program of research on Angkor has developed international collaborations for the University and has enhanced its public profile through media presentations, such as the National Geographic International TV program “Lost City”.

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