On demand: Join Sarah and Jibunnessa Abdullah, Founder and Director, of the Digital Museum this special on-demand reply of en evening at the Digital Museum in which Sarah spoke of China’s underwater archaeology and its connections with Southeast Asia.
On demand: In this special BBC conversation, two maritime archaeologists, Australia’s Sarah Ward and Thailand’s Jo Sankaprasit, talk to Kim Chakanetsa, about their love of history, the thrill of discovery and the dangerous reality of diving.
The Asia-Pacific Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage (APConf) aims to address management and protection strategies of underwater cultural heritage in Asia and the countries of the Indian and Pacific Oceans in the 21st Century, facilitate regional cooperation through the development of academic, non-governmental organisations (NGO) and governmental networks in the Asia-Pacific region, and provide a forum for discussion of technical and ethical issues related to underwater cultural heritage and underwater archaeology.
Sarah is presenting a talk entitled “Sino-Cambodian Connections: the archaeology of maritime exchange in the Koh Sdech archipelago” and co-convening two sessions, the first on the Maritime Archaeology of Trade and Exchange in East Asia (Session 6), and the second on Asia Pacific Studies in Maritime Ethno-archaeology (Session 14).
The 7th International Congress on Underwater Archaeology (IKUWA7) focuses on delivering information and interpretations of the underwater cultural heritage or remains, which are strongly linked to living and working along lakes, rivers and seas. The aim is to share the experience of this heritage to the general public and to the research community.
Sarah is presenting a paper talk entitled “Sino-Korean Connections: archaeoceramics of trade and exchange in the Yellow (East) Sea ” and is chairing the “Maritime Trade and the Stream of Goods” session.