Kari A. Zobler
I am an anthropological archaeologist and doctoral candidate in Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. I specialize in the late prehispanic Andes, with particular interest in social complexity, imperial expansion, and colonialism. I also have strong expertise in museums and heritage tourism in the modern Middle East and in the archaeology of Syria and Iran in the Bronze and Iron Ages.
- Andean archaeology, empire, colonialism and post-colonialism, urbanism, identity, memory, indigeneity, collapse, spatial theory, architecture and landscape history, museum studies, cultural heritage management