Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis

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The Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis (CfAS) promotes and funds innovative, collaborative synthetic research that rapidly advances our understanding of the past in ways that contribute to solutions to contemporary problems, for the benefit of society in all its diversity. This is accomplished through the analysis and synthesis of existing archaeological and associated data from multiple cultures, at multiple spatial and temporal scales.

The Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis is currently funding two outstanding
Organizer: Stefani Crabtree, Pennsylvania State University
Organizer: Evan Larson, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Each of these two projects addresses a substantive archaeological problem and will produce intellectual products that will benefit the discipline. They will also result in products that will inform public policy and benefit the public. CfAS is providing funds for multiple face-to-face meetings of the project working groups, facilitating the working groups’ collaborative efforts over a two year period.  

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