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Name:stfoo
Birthdate:Jun 25
Location:Singapore
About The Writer
S. T. Foo is presently a Research Officer at the Archaeology Unit of the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. During her career she has participated in archaeological projects in Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore.

She is also a member of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society and the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association. She currently maintains the NSC Archaeology Unit website and youtube channel and has helped to facilitate several field schools in Southeast Asia. She is also assisting the Indonesian Studies Cluster at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies with several tasks.

Educational Background
  • 2011 - Master of Arts by Research (Southeast Asian Studies), National University of Singapore
  • 2004 - Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology), New York University

    Publications
  • Foo, S. T. (2014) “Under the spotlight: researchers in the region – Interview with Dr Miksic.” International Institute of Asian Studies Newsletter 67 (Spring), pp. 38. Last retrieved 17th March, 2014, from http://www.iias.nl/sites/default/files/IIAS_NL67_38.pdf

  • Foo, S. T. (2012) “Archaeologists Discover Southeast Asia’s Largest Ancient Kiln Site at Torp Chey.” International Institute of Asian Studies Newsletter 60 (Summer), pp. 44. Last retrieved 12th June, 2012, from http://www.iias.nl/sites/default/files/IIAS_NL60_FULL.pdf

  • Foo, S. T. (2010). “Hoabinhian Rocks: An examination of Guar Kepah Artifacts from the Heritage Conservation Centre in Jurong.” Unpublished Master’s Thesis, National University of Singapore.


  • Unpublished Conference Papers
  • Foo, S. T. (2013, May). The Guar Kepah Shell Middens: Evidence and Questions. Paper presented at the SEAMEO-SPAFA 1st International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology, Burapha University, Chonburi, Thailand.


  • Translations
  • Mundardjito. (2012). The Ecological Considerations For The Placement of Hindu-Buddhist Era Sites In The Region of Yogyakarta: A Macro-Scale Study Using Spatial Archaeology (Summary). (S. T. Foo, Trans.). Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Universitas Indonesia. (Original work submitted in 1993). (academia.edu)


  • Book Reviews
  • Foo, S. T. (2012). [Review of Marine Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Innovation and Adaptation, by H. Tan (ed.)] The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog. Last retrieved 15th Jun., 2012, from http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/2012/06/14/review-marine-archaeology-in-southeast-asia/
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