“Cultural Heritage Monitoring and the Syrian Heritage Initiative,” Featuring Dr. Michael Danti

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Tags: ASOR, Cultural Heritage, culture, Department of State, Heritage, iraq, Michael Danti, Syria
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In continuing our discussion on the cooperative agreement between the U.S. Department of State and ASOR, known as the Syrian Heritage Initiative, we spoke with Syrian Heritage Initiative Director for Cultural Heritage Communications, Michael Danti. Our conversation included topics such as networking, cultural heritage monitoring, weekly reports, and how social media ties into the initiative. Take a listen and stay tuned for future podcasts when we talk with some of the other directors of the initiative on their roles in the project.

From the Syrian Heritage Initiative Website:
Dr. Michael D. Danti, FSA (PHD, University of Pennsylvania 2000) has 25 years experience directing archaeological projects in the Middle East, including excavations and surveys in Syria, Iran, and Iraqi Kurdistan. From 1991–2010, his research focused on the Early Bronze Age site of Tell es-Sweyhat near Raqqa and Aleppo on the Euphrates River.

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