Paula Dupuy

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Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis, 2014

M.A. Washington University in St. Louis, 2009

Paula N. Doumani Dupuy is an archaeologist of Inner Asian prehistory. Her research interests include the materiality of pastoralism, community interactions and mobility, technologies of ceramic and textile production, and the transfer of agricultural systems during the Bronze Age. These topics are addressed through her active fieldwork and international collaborations in eastern Kazakhstan’s steppe and mountain regions. She is Director of the Trans-Eurasian Exchanges: Contemporary Dialogues and Archaeological Inquiry Project (TEECA-II) and Co-director of the DzhungarMountains Archaeology Project (DMAP) in collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology in Almaty, Kazakhstan.


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