Note: I wrote this about two weeks ago but was hesitant to publish it until now. Now that the field season is over … Continue reading 05/05/17 – A Day in the Field, Part 4: The Importance of Managing Your Mental Health During Solitary Fieldwork
About two weeks ago I was awarded the Robert H. N. Ho Dissertation Grant in Buddhist Studies (via the American … Continue reading 28/04/17 – A Day in the Field, Part 3: My Photogrammetric Resume, Part 1
I realized about five seconds after the bus pulled into Siem Reap from my Visa-Cation in Laos that I had … Continue reading 22/04/17 – Happy (Belated) Sankranta!
I usually stick to writing about travel and my research, but I’m so glad journalists finally jumped on this, because it’s bugged me … Continue reading 18/04/17 – Response to “Beg-Packers”
About a week ago in Pakse I woke up and went, “damn, I’ve been away from home for three months”. … Continue reading 12/04/17 – Kampong Cham: A Swarm in the Watch Tower
Ah man, I could’ve stayed on Don Det for weeks. It’s the most relaxed few days I’ve had in months, and to be … Continue reading 09/04/17 – Laos, Part 2: Four Thousand Islands and Three Days of Relaxation
I’ve mentioned it in a few past blog posts, but for all of those who don’t know, I’m taking a nine … Continue reading 05/04/17 – Laos, Part 1: Biking Through Wat Phu and the Bolaven Plateau