SDSU students learn to make and use stone tools for science!
This is the academic website of Isaac I. Ullah, PhD. It contains information about my research and ideas about the intersection of complexity theory, archaeology, complex adaptive systems, simulation, and early food production.
The "CompArch" Blog:Posts about Computational Archaeology, Complexity Theory, GIS, Agent Based Modeling, and more...
Automate that super-resolution!
What should you bring for overseas fieldwork?
...and what to use them for!
Photographs and thoughts about landscape archaeology in southern Kazakstan
A complexity theory approach to the origins of agriculture
Thoughts on the 2015 SAA symposium on open methods in archaeology
Complexity in space and time: spatio-temporal variability and scale in simulations of social-ecological systems
Some graphics about issues of scale and time in coupled human-natural systems
Some of my current thinking about why and how people made the initial switch to food production