Chenghao Wen

Education

B.A. Archaeology, Xiamen University

M.A. Archaeology, Peking University

Areas of Interest

Prehistoric archaeology of Northern China and adjacent areas

Profile

Chenghao Wen was born in Henan Province of China and received his B.A. at Xiamen (Amoy) University in 2009 and his M.A. at Peking University in 2012. Over the past eight years, he has participated in various field projects conducted in Guangxi, Three Gorges, Sichuan, Henan, Inner Mongolia, and Gansu in China. He took part in excavations at the Mound House site in Kampsville, IL, in the summer of 2009 and at the La Digue site in Marsal, France, in the summer of 2010. He began to focus on the prehistoric archaeology of Northwestern China while studying at Peking University, and completed his master’s thesis based on a field survey in the Alxa region of western Inner Mongolia. At University of California Los Angeles, he will continue to pursue research on the prehistoric archaeology of Northwestern China and adjacent areas, such as Mongolia, Southern Siberia, and Inner Asia, studying with Dr. Lothar von Falkenhausen and Dr. Min Li received his B.A. at Xiamen (Amoy) University in 2009 and his M.A. at Peking University in 2012. Over the past eight years, he has participated in various field projects conducted in Guangxi, Three Gorges, Sichuan, Henan, Inner Mongolia, and Gansu in China. He took part in excavations at the Mound House site in Kampsville, IL, in the summer of 2009 and at the La Digue site in Marsal, France, in the summer of 2010. He began to focus on the prehistoric archaeology of Northwestern China while studying at Peking University, and completed his master’s thesis based on a field survey in the Alxa region of western Inner Mongolia. At University of California Los Angeles, he will continue to pursue research on the prehistoric archaeology of Northwestern China and adjacent areas, such as Mongolia, Southern Siberia, and Inner Asia, studying with Dr. Lothar von Falkenhausen and Dr. Min Li.

Research

Prehistoric archaeology of Northwestern China and adjacent areas, such as Mongolia, Southern Siberia, and Inner Asia.

Field Experience

Guangxi, Three Gorges, Sichuan, Henan, Inner Mongolia, and Gansu in China

Kampsville, IL

Marsal, France

Advisors

Dr. Lothar von Falkenhausen and Dr. Min Li