Professor of the Art & Archaeology of South East Asia
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
Department of History of Art & Archaeology, London WCH OXG
PhD Institute of Archaeology, University College London
BA Pomona College, Clarement Colleges, California
2003-present – Visiting Professor University of Yangon, Department Archaeology
2013 – Visiting Professor, Kyoto University, Center of Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, IPCR-CSEAS
Visiting Professor, Open Society Initiative, Yangon University
2014 – Chair of the Centre of Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) , SOAS
2014. Sampanago: ‘city of serpents’ and the first Muttama (Martaban) with San Win, in Before Siam was Born: New Insights on the Art and Archaeology of Pre-Modern Thailand and its Neighbouring Regions (Nicolas Revire and Stephen Murphy, Eds.) Bangkok: River Books. pp. 216-237.
2013. ‘Patronage and place: the Shwedagon in times of change, Colonial and Contemporary Encounters, Buddhism across Asia (eds. T.Sen and G.Wade). Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS). pp. 631-659.
2014. From LARP to CRMA, The Study of Cultural Relationship on East-West Cultural
Corridor. With Surat Lertlum (Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Thailand), Pongdhan Sampaongern (Fine Arts Department, Thailand), Im Sokrithy(APSARA Authority, Cambodia), Mamoru Shibayama (Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan). The Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand.
2013. Exploring the East-West Cultural Corridor: Historic and Modern Archaeology of Bago and Dawei, Myanmar, Center of Southeast Asian Studies Newsletter, University of Kyoto. No 68, Summer 2013.
2013. ‘Pagoda Desecration and Myanmar Archaeology’, in M.J. Klokke and V. Degroot (eds), Materializing Southeast Asia’s Past: 12th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Vol.2, pp.242-252
2013. Urban Forms and Civic Space in Nineteenth- to Early Twentieth-Century Bangkok and Rangoon. with Navanath Osiri, Journal of Urban History; Vol. 40(1) 158–177
2013 (November). ‘The Sacred Geography of Dawei: Buddhism in peninsular Myanmar (Burma)’, Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 14:2, 298-319.
2012. The Pyu landscape: collected articles. Department of Archaeology, National Museum and Library, Naypyitaw, Myanmar. 978-99971-0-009-2
2012. ‘Ta Mok Shwe-gu-gyi Temple: Local Art in Upper Myanmar 11-17th century AD’, With Win Maung (Tampawaddy) and Htwe Htwe Win, in M.L. Tjoa-Bonatz, A. Reinecke and D. Bonatz (eds), Connecting Empires and States: 13th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Vol.2. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, pp.144-160