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An Archaeological Field Survey of Horsnell Gully Conservation Park West
(HILLS FACE ZONE CULTURAL HERITAGE PROJECT, 2003)
Archaeology to Delight and Instruct: Active Learning in the University Classroom
(Left Coast Press, 2007)
In the Spirit of the Code
(AltaMira Press, 2003)
Joining the dots: managing the land and seascapes of Indigenous Australians
(Smithsonian Institute, 2004)
Decolonising the Museum: The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), the Smithsonian Institution’s new facility on the National Mall inWashington DC, challenges the very notion of what constitutes a museum. Probably the most theoretically ...
Annales-Informed Approaches to the Archaeology of Colonial Australia
Archaeologists have generally been slow to recognize the value of 'Annales' approaches to their discipline, and maritime archaeologists, in particular, have been even slower. The analytical framework used in this paper ...
The abandoned ships' project: an overview of the archaeology of deliberate watercraft discard in Australia
The Abandoned Ships Project (ASP) was a research initiative of the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University, South Australia, and carried out in conjunction with the doctoral research of one of the authors. The ...
Glass Ceilings, Glass Parasols and Australian Academic Archaeology
Within the discipline of archaeology an interest in the status of women in the workplace was a core facet of an emergent archaeology of gender. Much has been accomplished since then, and in the early twenty-first century ...