The spring issue of Asian Perspectives includes two remembrances to Martin Thomas Bale (7 March 1970–21 September 2018) and Hung Ling-Yu 洪玲玉 (25 February 1975–26 April 2018).
Bale was one of Korean archaeology’s most active and ardent supporters. He was a pioneer of Korean prehistory in North America, devoting more than twenty years to the study of the Mumun Pottery Period (ca. 1500–300 b.c.) and broader East Asia. Hung was an anthropological archaeologist to her core, with extensive field experience in archaeological excavations and surveys in China and Taiwan, including work in Sichuan Province as part of the Luce Foundation-sponsored Chengdu Plain Archaeological Survey.
Find these remembrances, research articles, a review essay, and book reviews in the new issue.
Mike T. Carson, Rowan K. Flad
Revisiting Prei Khmeng: The Excavation of an Iron Age Settlement and Cemetery in Cambodia
Dougald O’Reilly, Louise Shewan, Kate Domett, An Sopheap
Traditional Land Use and Resistance to Spanish Colonial Entanglement: Archaeological Evidence on Guam
Boyd Dixon, Danny Welch, Lon Bulgrin, Mark Horrocks
Lapita on Wari Island: What’s the Problem?
Merryn Chynoweth, Glenn R. Summerhayes, Anne Ford, Yo Negishi
Martin Thomas Bale (7 March 1970–21 September 2018)
Rachel Lee, Mark Byington
Hung Ling-Yu 洪玲玉 (25 February 1975–26 Abril 2018)
Hung Ling-Yu, Tristram R. Kidder, Sara Friedman