HUMAN & PLANT RELATIONS, ART & ARCHAEOLOGY, CORPSE LIFE, SEMIOTICS, MADAGASCAR
Sacred Rice Project: Human and Plant Relations in the Construction of Sovereignty in Highland Madagascar • Art & Archaeology: Aesthetics, Representation, Narrative • Corpse Life: the Semiotics of Forensic Evidence
You can also learn more about Zoë Crossland's work at the website of the Sacred Rice Project, and at the websites devoted to her course, 'Science and Art in Archaeological Illustration.' Also, check out the rotating exhibition in Schermerhorn Extension, otherwise called 'The 9th Floor Case.'
LECTURES, READINGS AND CONVERSATIONS - VIDEO
PODCASTS, RECORDINGS, OTHER MEDIA AND LINKS
ZOË CROSSLAND'S BOOKSHELF
A Fine and Private Place: The Archaeology of Death and Burial in Post-Medieval Britain and Ireland, eds. Annia Cherryson, Zoë Crossland and Sarah Tarlow