Two new exhibits exploring archaeological and Indigenous science knowledge systems have been installed at the Queensland Museum by CABAH’s Dr Britt Asmussen. The two display cases speak to archaeological and Indigenous science knowledge systems, and link strongly to CABAH’s E&E program, particularly in terms of audience engagement and curriculum links. […]READ ARTICLE
CABAH’s Deputy Director Professor Sean Ulm has been awarded the Rhys Jones Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Australian Archaeology. The Rhys Jones Medal is the highest award offered by the Australian Archaeological Association. It was established in honour of Rhys Jones (1941-2001) to mark his enormous contribution to the development […]READ ARTICLE
CABAH researchers Distinguished Professor Bert Roberts and Professor Zenobia Jacobs (pictured), both based at the University of Wollongong (UOW), have been named in the 2017 list of Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers, a respected global list of the most influential researchers, based on citations in Web of Science. The list […]READ ARTICLE
CABAH researchers were successfully awarded grants from the Australian Research Council for projects commencing in 2018. Professor Ian McNiven (pictured) was awarded an ARC Discovery Project grant for his project Archaeology of a Torres Strait reef island community. This archaeology project aims to document the long-term development of socioeconomic strategies by […]READ ARTICLE
CABAH researchers Sean Ulm and Ian McNiven today embarked on a field trip to the Lizard Island group to document the archaeology of Dingaal seascapes. Nobody in the office is feeling very sorry for them!READ ARTICLE
CABAH Partner Investigator Professor Lynette Russell from Monash University gave the 2nd Bicentennial Australian History Lecture today at the University of Sydney’s Department of History. Professor Russell spoke about how we understand, imagine, visualise and create narratives for 50,000 years of Australian history. “As commonly presented, Australia’s past seems to […]READ ARTICLE
Australia’s distinctive character is captured in its unique natural and human history. Yet much of this story remains unknown. How did Indigenous Australians and our endemic fauna and flora respond and adapt to periods of climatic stress, and what lessons can be learnt that will help our environment and society […]READ ARTICLE
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