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Research Project

Invisible Landscapes

2020 – 2024
Aerial image of Ras al-Silaysil, Jordan
Study of Ras al-Silaysil, Jordan, courtesy of Sarah Newman

Key Question

Project Summary

A team of archaeologists, scholars, scientists, architects and artists are combining field research with collaborative dialogue to consider the theoretical implications of unseen landscapes.

Research Team

Eduardo Góes Neves

Eduardo Góes Neves

Professor of Archaeology

University of São Paulo (Brazil)

Eduardo Góes Neves, is a Professor of Archaeology at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. He received a BA in History at the University of São Paulo and a MA and PhD in Anthropology at Indiana University. From 1995 to 2010, Eduardo directed the Central Amazon Project in the Brazilian Amazon. His...

Sarah Newman

Sarah Newman

Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Social Sciences in the College

University of Chicago

Sarah Newman is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and in the College. Newman’s archaeological research asks fundamental questions about how humans have interacted with, impacted, and been influenced by their environments.

Newman’s fieldwork projects apply multidisciplinary approaches to...

Felipe Rojas

Felipe Rojas

Associate Professor of Archaeology and the Ancient World and Egyptology and Assyriology

Brown University

Felipe Rojas's research deals with the archaeology and history of the eastern Mediterranean between the Iron Age and Late Antiquity, and with the comparative history of archaeology and antiquarianism worldwide. He has specific longstanding interests in the archaeology of memory and of the...

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