PhD Candidate

University of Wollongong

Kasih is a geochronology and archaeology PhD candidate at UOW.

Her PhD research investigates Pleistocene modern human dispersals through Eastern Indonesia to Australia. Kasih works on key bottleneck Indonesian islands adjacent to the Bird’s Head of New Guinea and the Australian northwest continental shelf, and archaeological sites across northwest Australia.

She has a BS in Earth System Science and a BA (Hons) in Archaeology from the University of Queensland, and has five years of field experience across archaeological sites in Germany, Turkey, Australia, and Indonesia.

An essential item in Kasih’s toolkit

“A decent map, so the reality of how much ground you still have to survey, and how many gorges are between you and lunch is never far from your mind.”

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