The new Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology (ISEAA) needs your help to continue pioneering Southeast Asian archaeological research programs formerly funded by the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Transfer of Penn Museum projects to the ISEAA, particularly the Ban Chiang Project and the Middle Mekong Archaeological Project (MMAP), means that multi-disciplinary collaborative research and publication can go forward.
A number of donors have already made five-year pledges, to support more than a third of our annual budget of $200,000 for the next five years. Those who made these commitments by June 30, 2014 are recognized as Founding Donors of the ISEAA. ISEAA Sustaining Donors make commitments of at least two years. We also welcome one-time donations at any level. Donor levels start at $25/year.
Please join with the many others who care about the future of Southeast Asian Archaeology and invest in the Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology.