Texas State professor, archaeologist
talks about work in South America
Christina Conlee was one of the featured experts in a recent National Geographic television documentary, talking about her research into the ancient Nasca people of Peru. Her work has helped break new ground in the study of the people who created the mysterious Nasca Lines and lived in one of the world’s most arid places.
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on Texas State homepage
The latest addition to the “Rising Stars” series of profiles on the Texas State homepage is Christina Conlee, who has been doing groundbreaking work researching the ancient Nasca people of Peru.
Conlee, who teaches archaeology in the Texas State Department of Anthropology, took part in the production of a documentary about the mysterious Nasca Lines for the National Geographic channel.
Click here for more information about the documentary
Click here to see the Texas State homepage story and video about Conlee