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: Social Science North - Room 236
Download the Seminar program here. 2015 Archaeology Seminars - Semester One (PDF 222KB)
|March 12||Pleistocene Extinctions in Australia
A/Professor Gavin Prideaux, School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University
|March 19||Forensic Anthropology: Identification of Skeletal Remains
Teghan Lucas, PhD Student, Anatomical Sciences, University of Adelaide
|March 26||MA Student Presentations:
Kylie Lower: What Do We Know about the Ngadjuri?: An Analysis of the Dynamics Involved in the Transfer, Use and Codification of Ngadjuri Knowledge
Celeste Jordan: Nunalleq: Why a Maritime Archaeologist is Digging in the Dirt
Vanessa Sullivan: Frontier Conflict along the Central-Murray River in South Australia
|April 2||IKUWA, International Congress for Underwater Archaeology presentations.
Coordinator: Dr Jonathan Benjamin, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University
|April 9||Social Geoarchaeology: The Marriage of Archaeological Science and Social Theory
Dr Serena Love, Archaeology, School of Social Sciences, University of Queensland
|May 7||Surfzone-beach Morphodynamics and Preservation of Archaeological Sites on nearshore and Shelf Environments. Professor Patrick Hesp, School of the Environment, Flinders University|
|May 14||GIS at Flinders University, Robert Keane and Dr Pam Smith,
School of the Environment and Department of Archaeology, Flinders University
|May 21||Analytical Approaches to Indigenous Australian Natural Mineral Pigments and Cultural
Interpretation. Dr Rachel Popelka-Filcoff, Forensic and Analytical Chemistry , Flinders University
|May 28||PhD Student Presentations:
Kelly Wiltshire: Connection and Continuity: Reassembling Archaeology for the Past, Present and Future of Waltowa Wetland, South Australia
Cherrie de Leiuen: Landscapes of Gender in Archaeology
|June 4||PhD Student Presentations:
Maddy Fowler: The Maritime Cultural Landscape of Point Pearce/Burgiyana, South Australia
Julie Mitchell: Materialising the Memory of South Sea Islander Labour in Colonial Australia
Convener: Professor Donald Pate Ph: 8201 2067