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Researcher / Database Coordinator
Smithsonian Institution

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JARED MICHAEL KOLLER, born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, received his B.A. in Anthropology, with a concentration in Archaeology, from the University of New Mexico in 2005. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, he moved to Washington, DC and joined the Asian Cultural History Program, Smithsonian Institution, as a researcher while completing his M.A. in History and New Media at George Mason University. In 2007, he assumed the role of database coordinator for the BP-funded research and museum capacity-building project carried out by the Smithsonian with counterpart organizations in Azerbaijan, Georgian and Turkey. In August 2009, he lectured on the use of information technologies in museums, to museum specialists and scholars from Kazakhstan as part of the Asian Cultural History Program’s international museum capacity building lecture series. He is currently working on the letters of William Louis Abbott, an early 20th century American naturalist and collector, who traveled extensively in Central Asia and Southeast Asia.

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