She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Over the past twenty years she has been awarded grants and fellowships including those from the Andrew W. She is the founding editor of the Journal of Social Archaeology. Lynn has broad theoretical interests including socio-politics, archaeological ethics, global heritage, materiality, as well as feminist and postcolonial theory. Recently she conducted an institutional ethnography of UNESCO World Heritage, tracing the politics of governance and sovereignty and the subsequent implications for multilateral diplomacy, international conservation, and heritage rights.
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Help Privacy Terms. Negative heritage and past mastering in archaeology L Meskell Anthropological quarterly 75 3 , , Archaeologies of social life: age, sex, class et cetera in ancient Egypt L Meskell Blackwell , Archaeologies of identity L Meskell The archaeology of identities, , Current anthropology 49 2 , , The intersections of identity and politics in archaeology L Meskell Annual review of anthropology 31 1 , , Goddesses, Gimbutas and new age archaeology L Meskell Antiquity 69 , , Current anthropology 41 5 , , The somatization of archaeology: institutions, discourses, corporeality L Meskell Norwegian archaeological review 29 1 , , Embedding ethics L Meskell, P Pels.
Archaeological ethnography: conversations around Kruger national park L Meskell Archaeologies 1 1 , , Current Anthropology 52 5 , ,
White Professors-at-Large. Candidates are nominated by Cornell faculty members; appointments are considered following review and recommendation by a faculty selection committee. A professor of anthropology at Stanford University, she is a leading scholar in the archaeology of Egypt and Neolithic Anatolia, and global heritage institutions. Her multidisciplinary work has defined new areas of investigation, including social archaeology, heritage ethics and archaeological ethnography. Her current fieldwork explores the monumental regimes of archaeology and conservation in India — tracing the ways diverse actors and agencies attempt to address the needs of living communities, and the challenges the modern nation faces in preserving its past. White Professors-at-Large are appointed for six-year terms effective dates July 1, - June 30, In each three-year period during their term, professors-at-large visit campus for about a week while classes are in session, to interact with students and faculty and enliven the intellectual and cultural life of the university.
Professor Lynn Meskell named A.D. White Professor-at-Large
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