Dr Damian Evans

Damian is a Canadian-Australian archaeologist with the École Française d’Extrême-Orient, the French research institute that has led work on the Angkor monuments for more than a century. His work involves using advanced geospatial technologies to explore traces of human activity in tropical landscapes from the deep past to the present day. In the course of a twenty-year career he has written widely about Southeast Asian archaeology, and his work at Angkor has been profiled extensively in print.