Emeritus Prof Vincent Megaw

Phone: +61 8 82012593
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Location: Humanities (0117)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Research and supervision

Publications

Book chapters
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). "Go east young man!” Antipodean thoughts on the earliest La Tène art in Slovakia (with particular reference to the fortified settlement of Horné Orešany) In G Brežinová & V Varsik, ed. Archeológia na prahu historie: K žovotnému jubileu Karola Pietu. Nitra, Slovakia: Archeologický ústav SAV, pp. 447-458.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2012). Poles apart? Notes from the fringes of the ''Hungarian'' sword style. In P Anreiter, E Bánffy, L Bartosiewicz, W Meid & C Metzner-Nebelsick, ed. Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday. Budapest, Hungary: Archaeolingua, pp. 401-414. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). Hare or Hind? The decorated spear from Kandija grave K44. In Georg Tiefengraber, Boris Kavur, Andrej Gaspari, ed. Keltske studije II: Studies in Celtic Archaeology - Papers in honour of Mitja Gustin. France: Editions Monique Mergoil, pp. 163-172.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). A Celtic mystery: some thoughts on the genesis of insular Celtic art. In Duncan Garrow, Chris Gosden, J D Hill, ed. Rethinking Celtic Art. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 40-58.
  • Megaw, M.R., Megaw, J.V.S., Ramsl, P.C. and Buhler, B. (2007). From Austria to Arras: The Gold Armlets from Grave 115, Mannersdorf a.d. Leitha, Lower Austria. In Chris Gosden, Helena Hamerow, Philip de Jersey and Gary Lock, ed. Communities and Connections: Essays in Honour of Barry Cunliffe. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 183-216.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic Pre-Roman. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 89-97.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic post-Roman. In John T. Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 98-106. [Link]
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Celts in Thrace? A reappraisal. In The culture of Thracians and their neighbours. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress, pp. 209-214.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic art without Scythians? A Review. In Halina Dobrzanska, Vincent Megaw and Paulina Roleska, ed. Celts on the margin: Studies in European Cultural Interaction 7th Century BC - 1st Century AD. Dedicated to Zenon Wozniak. Krakow, Poland: Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 33-47.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). In the footsteps of Brennos? Further archaelogical evidence for Celts in the Balkans. In ZWISCHEN KARPATEN UND AGAIS: NEOLITHIKUM UND ALTERE BRONZEZEIT. GEDENKSCHRIFT FUR VIERA NEMEJCOVA-PAVUKOVA. Rahden/Westf: Springer, pp. 93-107.

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Books
  • Megaw, R.R. and Megaw, V.V. (2005). L'art de la Celtique: des origines au Livre de Kells. Paris, France: Editions Errance.
  • Megaw, R.M. and Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic Art in Britain and Ireland. 2nd ed. Princes Risborough: Shire Publications.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Celtic art from its beginnings to the Books of Kells. 2nd ed. London, UK: Thames and Hudson.
Book chapters
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Foreword. In roads cross: contemporary directions in Australian art. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University Art Museum.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Mickey Maus im Grab: Mezek und der Disney-Stil. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 316-317. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Dreidemensional: Der Plastische Stil. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Osfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 304-307. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Die grinsende Katze: Der Cheshire Style. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 314-315. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). "Go east young man!” Antipodean thoughts on the earliest La Tène art in Slovakia (with particular reference to the fortified settlement of Horné Orešany) In G Brežinová & V Varsik, ed. Archeológia na prahu historie: K žovotnému jubileu Karola Pietu. Nitra, Slovakia: Archeologický ústav SAV, pp. 447-458.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Siegelwachsrot: Email am Gürtel. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 310-311. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2012). Poles apart? Notes from the fringes of the ''Hungarian'' sword style. In P Anreiter, E Bánffy, L Bartosiewicz, W Meid & C Metzner-Nebelsick, ed. Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday. Budapest, Hungary: Archaeolingua, pp. 401-414. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). A Style without genesis? The elusive birthplace of early Celtic Art. In Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan, Susanne Sievers, ed. Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory. Dublin: Wordwell, pp. 291-306.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). Hare or Hind? The decorated spear from Kandija grave K44. In Georg Tiefengraber, Boris Kavur, Andrej Gaspari, ed. Keltske studije II: Studies in Celtic Archaeology - Papers in honour of Mitja Gustin. France: Editions Monique Mergoil, pp. 163-172.
  • Zeiler, M., Ramsl, P.C., Jerem, E. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2009). Stempelgleiche Fruhlatene-Keramik zwischen Traisental und Neusiedlersee. In Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan, Susanne Sievers, ed. Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory. Dublin: Wordwell, pp. 259-276.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). A Celtic mystery: some thoughts on the genesis of insular Celtic art. In Duncan Garrow, Chris Gosden, J D Hill, ed. Rethinking Celtic Art. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 40-58.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2007). Ancient Celts and Modern Ethnicity. In Raimund Karl, David Stifter, ed. The Celtic World: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 59-70.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2007). Do the ancient celts still live? An essay on identity and contextuality. In Raimund Karl, David Stifter, ed. The Celtic World: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 81-102.
  • Megaw, M.R., Megaw, J.V.S., Ramsl, P.C. and Buhler, B. (2007). From Austria to Arras: The Gold Armlets from Grave 115, Mannersdorf a.d. Leitha, Lower Austria. In Chris Gosden, Helena Hamerow, Philip de Jersey and Gary Lock, ed. Communities and Connections: Essays in Honour of Barry Cunliffe. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 183-216.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic Pre-Roman. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 89-97.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic post-Roman. In John T. Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 98-106. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). La Tene, the La Tene period. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 1071-1076.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Basse-Yutz, Moselle, France. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 184-186.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Celts in Thrace? A reappraisal. In The culture of Thracians and their neighbours. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress, pp. 209-214.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic art without Scythians? A Review. In Halina Dobrzanska, Vincent Megaw and Paulina Roleska, ed. Celts on the margin: Studies in European Cultural Interaction 7th Century BC - 1st Century AD. Dedicated to Zenon Wozniak. Krakow, Poland: Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 33-47.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'There are kangaroos in Austria!' forty years of research at the salt-mining complex of Durrnberg-bei-Hallein. In Tim Murray, ed. ARCHAEOLOGY FROM AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, VIC: Australian Scholarly Publishing, pp. 387-401.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Banks and Braes: Notes for a Film-buff Fellow. In FROM SICKLES TO CIRCLES: BRITAIN AND IRELAND IN THE TIME OF STONEHENGE. STROUD: Tempus Publications, pp. 14-26.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). In the footsteps of Brennos? Further archaelogical evidence for Celts in the Balkans. In ZWISCHEN KARPATEN UND AGAIS: NEOLITHIKUM UND ALTERE BRONZEZEIT. GEDENKSCHRIFT FUR VIERA NEMEJCOVA-PAVUKOVA. Rahden/Westf: Springer, pp. 93-107.
  • Ralston, I. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Beyond barbarian Europe: Stuart Piggott 1910-96: an appreciation. In Ian A. G. Shepherd, Gordon Barclay, ed. SCOTLAND IN ANCIENT EUROPE: THE NEOLITHIC AND EARLY BRONZE AGE OF SCOTLAND IN THEIR EUROPEAN CONTEXT. Edinburgh, Scotland: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, pp. 13-27.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). A late La Tene anthropoid griped sword in New York. In Klara Kuzmova, Karol Pieta, Jan Rajtar, ed. Zwischen Rom Und Dem Barbaricum. Nitra: Archaologisches Institut der slowakischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 407-418.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Transformations: Appreciation, Appropriation and Imagery in Indigenous Australian Art. In Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and Meaning. Hindmarsh, SA: Crawford House Publishing, pp. 370-385.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). 'The mechanism of (Celtic) dreams?': a partial response to our critics. In Gillian Carr and Simon Stoddart, ed. Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge: Antiquity Publications, pp. 47-50.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2002). The Vix burial. In Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge: Antiquity Publications, pp. 83-90.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Ancient Celts and modern ethnicity. In Gillian Carr and Simon Stoddart, ed. Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge, UK: Antiquity Publications, pp. 19-26.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Persians bearing gifts?: a footnote to an old find. In Studia in Honoreui Prof. Ivani Marazov. Sofia, Bulgaria: Anubis, pp. 486-493.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). A Cat-and-Mouse game: Tracing Iron Age Elements in the Book of Kells. In Archaologisches Zellwerk. Rahden, Germany: Verlag Marie Leidorf, pp. 209-253.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). Your Humble and Obediant Servant: Notes for an Antipodean antiquary. In Histories of Old Ages: Essays in Honour of Rhys Jones. Canberra, ACT: Pandanus Books, pp. 95-110.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). The Stone Knight and the Golden Bough: A Decade of New Discoveries. In Celtic Art from its Beginnings to the Book of Kells (revised and expanded edition) London, UK: Thames and Hudson, pp. 257-277.
Refereed journal articles
  • Emilov, J. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Celts in Thrace? A Re-Examination of the Tomb of Mal Tepe, Mezek with Particular Reference to the La Tene Chariot Fittings. Archaeologia Bulgarica, 16(1) pp. 1-32. [Link]
  • Burleigh, G. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2011). An Iron Age Mirror from Ruxox, Maulden, Bedfordshire. Antiquaries Journal, 91 pp. 51-58. [10.1017/S0003581511000102]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). The stamped sherd from Kanín (Central Bohemia): a further essay on early La Tène art style. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 62 pp. 311-325.
  • Nowakowski, J., Gwilt, A., Megaw, J.V.S. and La Niece, S. (2009). A Late Iron Age Neck-Ring From Pentire, Newquay, Cornwall, with a Note on the Find from Boverton, Vale of Glamorgan. Antiquaries Journal, 89 pp. 35-52. [DOI:10.1017/S0003581509990072]
  • Buhler, B., Megaw, J.V.S., Megaw, M.R. and Ramsl, P.C. (2008). Grab 115 des latenezeitlichen Graberfeldes von Mannersdorf am Leithagebirge (Niederosterreich): Typologische, technologische und stilistiche Studien zu den beiden Gold armreifen. Germania, 86 pp. 103-134.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). The antler implement from Sobesuky, feature no. 3472/91. An essay on early La Tène figural art in Bohemia. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 60(3) pp. 529-546.
  • Burleigh, G., Megaw, J.V.S., Ashworth, H. and Spratling, M. (2007). The Iron Age mirror burial at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire: An Interim Account. Antiquaries Journal, 87 pp. 109-140.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2007). Imag(in)ing the Celts. Antiquity, 81(312) pp. 438-445. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2007). Celtic lyres on a Celtic kylix? A further note on the copy of an Attic red figure two-handled cup from Plzen-Roudna. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 59 pp. 799-804.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Strike the Lyre: Notes on an Eastern Celtic Motif. Acta Archaeologica, 57(4) pp. 367-393. [doi:10.1556/AArch.57.2006.4.4]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2005). Liselotte Zimmer-Plank (Hrsg.), Kult der Vorzeit in den Alpen. Germania, 83(2) pp. 413-418.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Notes on Two Belt-Plates of Early La Tene Type from Northern Poland. Pomorania Antiqua, 20 pp. 257-276.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). The European Iron age with - and without - Celts: a bibliographical essay. European Journal of Archaeology, 8(1) pp. 65-74. [doi:10.1177/1461957105058213]
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). From Hungary to the Hunsruck-Eifel? The Bronze Buttons from Sitzerath, Kr. St Wendel. Archaeologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 33(2) pp. 229-237.
  • Stöllner, T., Aspöck, H., Boenke, N., Dobiat, C., Gawlick, H., Groenman-Van Waateringe, W., et al. (2003). The Economy of Durrnberg-bei-Hallein: An Iron Age Salt-Mining Centre in the Austrian Alps. Antiquaries Journal, 83 pp. 123-194.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). The bronze mount from Drouzkovice, northwest Bohemia. Pamatky Archeologicke, 93(2) pp. 173-193.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, V. (2002). Ancient Britons abroad? Notes on two enamelled bronzes of the 1st century A.D. Revue Du Nord, 83(343) pp. 51-58.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). Australian Aborigional Cultures Gallery The Speaking Land: A Review Article. Records of The South Australian Museum-Adelaide, 34(2) pp. 115-125.
Refereed conference papers
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). A world turned upsidedown. The bronze plaque from Stupava, okr. Malacky. In Sándor Berecki, ed. Iron Age communities in the Carpathian Basin. Proceedings of the Internatiomal Colloquium from Târgu Mures 9-11 October 2009. Cluj-Napoca, Romania: Bibliotheca Mvsei Marisiensis. International Colloquium from Targu Mures 9-11 October 2009. Oct 2009, pp. 115-126.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). East and West in early Celtic art. The first stages once more reviewed. In Erzsébet Jerem, Martin Schönfelder and Günther Wieland, ed. Nord-Süd, Ost-West: Kontakte während der Eisenzeit in Europa. Akten der Internationalen Tagungen der AG Eisenzeit in Hamburg und Sopron 2002. Budapest: Archaeolingua. Internationalen Tagungen der AG Eisenzeit in Hamburg und Sopron 2002. Jan 2002, pp. 183-205.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Figuration and Abstraction in Early Celtic Art: Who is Smiling Now? In Sbornik Narodniho Muzea V Praze Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae. Praha: NARODNI MUSEUM. Figuration et Abstraction dans l'Art de l'Europe Ancienne. Prague, Czech Republic. Jul 2000, pp. 57-64.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). The Ancient Celts: The first European Community? (Plenary lecture) In Evans, G; Martin, B; Wodding, JM, ed. Origins and revivals: Proceedings of the first Australian Conference of Celtic Studies: Sydney Series in Celtic Studies. Sydney: Centre for Celtic Studies, University of Sydney. The First Australian Conference of Celtic Studies. Sydney, NSW. Jul 1992, pp. 559-597.
Journal articles
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). The Flying Dutchman reaches port. Antiquity, 86(332) pp. 546-557. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2010). Bearing the truth about Celtic art: Kunst der Kelten in Bern. Antiquity, 84(323) pp. 250-255. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2009). Scripta praehistorica in honorem Biba Terzan (Book review) Arheoloski Vestnik, 60 pp. 345-348.
  • Marton, A., Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2008). Decorated loomweights in the collection of Classical antiquities of Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary. Archaeological Textiles Newsletter, 47 pp. 7-11. [Link]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). The early La Tane antler implement from Sobesuky, okr. Chomutov, Czech Republic. The Bulletin Instrumentum, 28 pp. 12-13.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'Tales of a Flying Dutchman': An exaugural lecture. Australian Archaeology, 58 pp. 25-36.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'Figuring it out' by Colin Renfrew (Review) Scottish Archaeological Journal, 25(1) pp. 83-101.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Barry Cunliffe, 'The Celts: a very short introduction' (book review) Antiquaries Journal, 84 pp. 440-441.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). John Collins, 'The Celts: origins, myths and inventions' (book review) Antiquity, 78(301) pp. 733-735.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Celtic foot(less) soldiers? An iconographic note. Gladius, 23 pp. 61-70.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Fresh Sardines and Stone Knights. Antiquity, 76(292) pp. 304-305.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Further reminiscences of a back-looking curiosity. Antiquity, 76(291) pp. 12-14.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Review of Rudolf Echt, "Das Furstinengrab Von Reinheim" Germania, 80(1) pp. 336-344.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). D'anciens Bretons à l'étranger? Notes sur deux bronzes émaillés du Ier siècle après J.-C. Revue Du Nord. Archeologie, 83(343) pp. 51-58.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Review of "Early Celtic Art in the British Isles" Antiquaries Journal, 82 pp. 355-357.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Expressiveness and Comminication: Insular Celtic Art Through Six Centuries. Antiquity, 75(288) pp. 433-436.
Conference publications
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Where have all the warriors gone? Some aspects of stone sculpture from Britain to Bohemis. In Madrider Mitteilungen 44. Mainz: Philipp Von Zabern, pp. 269-304.
Other public research outputs
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2008). Confessions in 8 parts. Identity and voices at Flinders University Art Museum: two exhibitions celebrating Flinders University's 40th Anniversary. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 46-55.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2006). Desert art stirs an old debate. The Advertiser, 24/01/06, pp. 63-63.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Smith, L. (2006). Vincent's eye: 25 years of collecting for Flinders University Art Museum. Adelaide
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Desert hearts, passionate works. The Advertiser - 7th March 2006.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). For artist co-operative, powerful paintings come with the territory. The Advertiser, 07/03/06, pp. 67-67.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Natural mythology beckons. The Advertiser, 14/01/06, pp. W. 15-W. 15.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Pure joy in Tandanya exhibit. The Advertiser, 20/12/06, pp. 29-29.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Site of much affection. The Advertiser - 15th March 2006.
  • Dobrzanska, H., Megaw, J.V. and Poleska, P. (2005). Editors. Celts of the Margin: Studies in European Cultural Interaction 7th Century BC - 1st Century AD.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2005). Early Celtic art in Britain and Ireland.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Eyes and spirit of 'country' The Advertiser - 4th October 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Harsh realities. The Advertiser - 3rd May 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Panel discussions. The Advertiser [1st October 2004] pp. 88-88.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Students mix the spectrum. The Advertiser - 5th January 2004.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Old ways in new location. The Advertiser - 21st January 2004. Jan 22
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2004). Early Celtic Art in Britain and Ireland.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Essential elements. The Advertiser - 29th March 2004.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Forget Gibson, check this out. The Advertiser - 2nd May 2004.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Never too late for a timely idea. The Advertiser. Mar 9
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Working through abstract maze. The Advertiser - 24th May 2004.
  • McLean, I., Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2003). Big country: works from the Flinders University Art Museum collection. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2003). From Durer to Dolly Daniels: a partial history of the Flinders University Art Museum. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 33-54.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Wonders of nature. The Advertiser - 19th May 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Visions from Utopia. The Advertiser - 28th July 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Rhys' Day. Australian Archaeology. 56 pp. 59-59.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Painting their sacred land. The Advertiser - 10th January 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Kelti v Novem Mestu: katalog razstave = The celts in Novo Mesto: exhibition catalogue. Archeoloski vestnik. 54 pp. 479-481.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Finding voice. The Advertiser - 11th April 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). All eyes on Albert. The Advertiser - 5th April 2003.
  • Megaw, V.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Contrasting Visions. The Advertiser - 30th December 2002.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Themes past and present. The Advertiser - 22nd May 2002.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Fringe Dwellings. The Advertiser 8th July 2002.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). The Celts. Encyclopedia of Archaeology: History and Discoveries I A-D, pp. 285-295.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Wealth of People's Diversity.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Celts. Encyclopedia of Achaeology.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). History Gets Whip Hand. The Advertiser, 19/03/2001, pp. 8-8.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Strong Contrast. The Advertiser, 3/07/2001, pp. 45-45.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Colourful Contrasts. The Advertiser, 3/04/2001, pp. 85-85.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Sisters from Utopia. The Advertiser, 29/05/2001, pp. 46-46.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Indigenous Australians: Visual Arts. The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, its People and their Origins.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Results from Relations. The Advertiser, 12/03/2001, pp. 85-85.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Homing in on the Heartlands. The Advertiser, 5/02/2001, pp. 76-76.

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Professional and community engagement

Expertise for media contact

  • Archaeology Australasian, European, expecially later prehistory and the Celts
  • Museums and Museology
  • Music Archaeology
  • Ethnographic Art especially contemporary
  • The Celts past and present
  • Indigenous Australian Art
  • Approved Valuer for The Commonwealth Cultural Gifts Program

Subject/s

  • Aboriginal Issues
  • Archaeology
  • Arts
  • Britain
  • History - Celtic
  • Museums
  • Music


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