College of Law > About > News > CAMCHL's Morag Kersel quoted in New York Times
By Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law /
September 16, 2014 /
Posted in: Art Museum and Cultural Heritage Law /
A recent New York Times article highlighted the growing use of drones
by archaeologists, including by Morag Kersel, an anthropolgy professor
at DePaul University and CAMCHL's Affiliated Faculty Member.
The article focused on the use of drones in protecting archaeological
sites in Peru, but cited Professor Kersel's work with drones in Jordan.
As Professor Kersel stated in the article, "[a]erial survey at the site
is allowing for the identification of new looting pits and
determinations of whether any of the looters' holes had been
Click here to read the entire article. Professor Kersel's work has also been featured in National Geographic, on the cover of the Fall 2013 Insights magazine, and in an ASOR blog post.