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 2, Flinders University
Download the Archaeology Seminars S2 2014 (PDF 197KB) program.
Semester Two 2014
|7 August||Toby Jones||The Newport Medieval Ship (via Skype/Facetime)|
|14 August||Bianca Petruzzelli||Stable Carbon, Nitrogen and Strontium Isotopes as Indicators of Mid-Late Holocene Subsistence Patterns at the Site of Fénix-3, Valparaíso Region of Northern Chile: An Investigation of Hunter-Gatherer and Agricultural Economies|
|21 August||Mark Staniforth||Vietnam Maritime Archaeology Project|
|28 August||Martin Polkinghorne||Casting for the King: The Royal Palace Bronze Workshop of Angkor|
|4 September||Kurt Bennett||Abandoned vessel reuse on Rangitoto Island, New Zealand|
|18 September||Michiel Lucieer||Early Light Houses of South Australia (featuring the Althorpe Island Lighthouse Station)|
|16 October||Honours student presentations
1. Adrian Mollemans
2. Holly Winter
1. An Analysis of Aboriginal Fish Traps on Yorke Peninsula
2. Palaces of the Middle and Late Bronze Ages in the Southern Levant: Identification, Function and Significance,
|23 October||PhD Student Presentations
1. Cherrie de Leiuen
2. Dave Tutchener
1. Landscapes of Gender in Archaeology
2. The recent Indigenous archaeology of the Wenlock (Batavia) Goldfield, Mein telegraph station, a Native Police Camp and surrounding areas in the Cape York Peninsula Region of Queensland (via Skype/Facetime)
|30 October||Master Student Presentation
|The Occupation of Baker's Flat: A Study of Irishness and Power in Nineteenth Century South Australia.|
Convener: Dr Wendy van Duivenvoorde, 08 8201 5195