Scott Macrae

Beyond an Archaeology of Settlement Abandonment

Scott Macrae is adjunct graduate and research faculty in the Anthropology Department at Trent University and co-director of Integrated Socio-Ecological History of Residential Patterning, Agricultural Practices, and Water Management at the Classical Burmese (Bama) capital of Bagan, Myanmar (11th to 14th Century CE) Project (IRAW@Bagan). His research has received support from National Geographic Society and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. He has published works in Advances in Archaeological Practice, Journal of Archaeology and Fine Arts in Southeast Asia, Latin American Antiquity, and American Journal of Physical Anthropology.