Departmental Seminars are held on campus during semester from 3 - 5 pm every Thursday.  Staff, students 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: Humanities North - Theatre 1

Download the Seminar program here.   Archaeology Seminars S2 2015 (PDF 253KB)

Convener: Dr Wendy van Duivenvoorde Ph: 08 8201 5195

13 Aug Trevor Winton, In-situ management of the James Matthews (1841) shipwreck
site based on improving knowledge of in-situ processes. 
20 Aug Richard Vokes (title TBA)
27 Aug Gay Lacsina, The archaeology of shipbuilding in Island South East Asia
3 Sept Student presentations
Peta Straiton, Country colonial ports: modern perspectives and contemporary
Iain Gately, M.T. Næs—Analysis of a lithic assemblage from the Early
Ertebølle Period of the Danish Mesolithic. 
10 Sept Peter Bell, My life as a consultant and the things I’ve been paid to do. 
17 Sept Michael Herrera, DNA analysis of domestic and commensal animals: tracking
prehistoric human expansions and detecting agricultural transitions.
Mid-Semester Break
8 Oct Vincent Post, The Vergulde Draak shipwreck (1656) survivor camp site study
(in School of Environmental Studies, TeleTheatre, IST Building (building
number 47). See:
15 Oct Student presentations
Brenton Stevens, Under the radar
Adrian Mollemans, An analysis of the Holocene coastal economy on Yorke
Peninsula, South Australia via a case study at Point Pearce
Peninsula/Burgiyana and Adjacent Islands. 
22 Oct Ian Moffat, Mapping Classical Greek cities with archaeological geophysics. 
  Special event (at 4pm): Official opening of the new archaeology research and
computer laboratories. All welcome! (HUMN 113)
29 Oct Student presentation
Susan Arthure, An archaeological study of Irish social identity (‘Irishness’) in
nineteenth century South Australia. 
5 Nov Student presentation
Jordan Ralph, Contemporary contact: Modern material culture in Barunga,
Northern Territory.