Alyssa Akemi Loyless
Human-Ecological relations, Human-Environment Interactions, Environmental Exchanges, Hydrology, Remote Sensing, GIS, Water Management Systems, Medieval Cambodia, the Khmer Empire, Cambodia, Japan
Alyssa is a Ph.D. student focusing on Archaeology in the Anthropology department at Stanford University. She earned her B.A. in Anthropology-Geography from Dartmouth College in 2017 and completed her MSc. in Archaeological Information Systems at the University of York in 2019. In 2019-2020 she conducted research in Cambodia as a Fulbright Independent Scholar. Her current research focuses on Cambodian cultural landscapes and human-ecological relationships, contributing to the interdisciplinary dialogue of urbanism, space, and water management to understand past processes of urbanization and regional networks.