Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, Ph D (Univ. of Californian Berkeley 1983) is Professor in Anthropology, has been teaching archaeology and ancient technology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison since 1985. He has been excavating at Harappa, Pakistan since 1986 as field Director of the Harappa Archaeological Research Project in collaboration with the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Govt. of Pakistan. His main focus is on the origins of technology and urbanism in South Asia with a special focus on the Indus Tradition. He has worked on excavations and ethnoarchaeological studies in both Pakistan and India since 1974. He has a special interest in ancient technologies and crafts, socio-economic and political organization as well as religion. He also studies a broad range of cultural periods in South Asia as well as other regions of the world, including China, Japan, Korea, Oman, and West Asia in general. See www.harappa.com for his recent work.