Departmental Seminars are held on campus during semester from 3 - 5 pm every Thursday. Staff and students of the University and the general public are very welcome to attend any of these seminars.
First semester seminars are generally presented by staff, postgraduate students and guest speakers. Second semester seminars contain a mixture of Honours and Masters student presentations and guest speakers.
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Time: 3-5pm Thursday
Place: North Theatre 2, Flinders University
Download the Archaeology Seminars S2 2013.pdf (PDF 196KB) program.
Semester Two 2013 -
|Aug 1||Philip Hughes, HEH Pty Ltd & Senior Research Associate, Flinders University||The timing of human occupation in arid South Australia: Evidence from Olympic Dam.|
|Aug 8 ||Rowl Twidale, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide ||Uluru: Contrasted perceptions. |
Ross Anderson, Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum
|First port in the northwest: The maritime history and archaeology of Cossack, Western Australia.|
|Aug 22 ||Steve Hemming, Daryle Rigney, Chris Wilson, Yunggorendi First Nation Centre & Australian Studies; and Luke Trevorrow, Coordinator, Ngarrindjeri Heritage Program, Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority||Ngarrindjeri futures: Transforming Aboriginal heritage management in South Australia.|
|Aug 29||Simon Coote, Policy Planner, District Council of Mount Barker||Sounds good in theory: The interaction between planning and cultural heritage legislation and practice in South Australia and Victoria.|
|Sept 5||Greg Drew, South Australian Mining History Group ||The significance of the Australian Cornish Mining Heritage Site (Burra and Moonta Mines State Heritage Areas). |
|Sept 12||Todd England, Mark Hoey, Cassandra Schill, Isabel Wheeler||Honours students presentations.|
|Sept 19 ||Rhiannon Agutter, Angeline Buckler, Louise Harris, Antoinette Hennessy ||MArch and MCHM student presentations |
Phd student presentations -
|An assessment of the development and extent of cultural, political and economic influences of external cultures on the Caleta Vitor population of northern Chile via a multi-method investigation of the composition of pre-Hispanic ceramics.|
|Jana Rogasch ||A dynamic community in Early Chalcolithic central Anatolia: Architecture and identities on the Çatalhöyük West Mound (5900–5800 cal. BC). |
|Oct 17 ||Belinda Liebelt, PhD Candidate, Monash University||Boundaries and connections: Indigenous visibility on South Australia rural landscapes.|
|Oct 24 ||James Hunter, Lecturer, Flinders university ||‘In situ’ preservation in a virtual environment: An initiative to archaeologically document HMCS Protector with structured-light scanning technology. |
|Oct 31 ||Scott Cane, West Coast Archaeology ||Apollo, Dionysus and Rhys Jones: Perspectives and interpretations in archaeology.|
Convener: Dr Wendy van Duivenvoorde, 08 8201 5195