Uzma Z. Rizvi is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Urban Studies at Pratt Institute where she teaches archaeology, ancient urbanism, complex societies, and heritage politics. Her current research interests include ancient South Asia, political economy, social aspects of metallurgy, and the postcolonial critique. Since receiving her doctorate from the Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania in 2007, Rizvi has been Faculty Fellow and Chair for the Initiative on Art, Community Development and Social Change at the Pratt Center (2007-2008) and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities at Stanford University (2008-2009). She has edited Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique (with M. Liebmann; Altamira Press, 2008), the World Archaeological Congress Research Handbook on Postcolonial Archaeology (with J. Lydon; Left Coast Press, 2011) and she is the section editor (with L. Weiss and W. Londono) for Political and Social Archaeology in The Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology (2012).
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