ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (JCU Node) / Tropical Archaeology Research Laboratory / University of Papua New Guinea Seminar Series
Semester 1, 2022 Seminar Series Schedule
NB: Archaeology-related events that are not part of the Friday TARL Seminar Series are in italics.
25 February - Joshua Connelly, James Cook University: “Investigating the constructed Indigenous seascapes of Jiigurru/ the Lizard Island Group, far North Queensland”
4 March - Dr Katarina Jerbić, Everick Heritage: “The 6000-year-old submerged pile-dwelling in Zambratija Bay, Croatia.”
11 March - Dr John McCarthy, Flinders University: "VR and digital reconstruction for Maritime Archaeology".
18 March - Sophie Price, Museum of Tropical Queensland: “Decolonising’ practices within museums and trialling methods of community engagement.”
25 March - Dr Peter Hobbins, Australian National Maritime Museum: “Building up or bunkering down? Rethinking coastal fortifications.”
1 April - Dr Ariana Lambrides, James Cook University: “Foraging variability and the archaeology of small islands in American Samoa.”
8 April - Dr Carly Monks, University of Western Australia: “Why do students enrol in archaeology at Australian universities? Understanding pre-enrolment experiences, motivations, and career expectations.”
29 April - Dr Chris Jazwa, University of Nevada, Reno: "Population Mobility, Resource Transportation, and Defence in Interior Santa Rosa Island, California."
6 May - Dr Patrick Faulkner, University of Sydney: “From the Rainforest to the Coast: Archaeomalacology and long-term human environment interactions in Sri Lanka.”
13 May - Associate Professor Alison Crowther, University of Queensland: “The archaeology of the westward Austronesian expansion.”
20 May - Dr Mirani Litster, James Cook University: “Unravelling the Northern Australian Glass Bead Record.”
27 May - Professor Bob Wasson, A.K. Singhvi, S. Garnett, James Cook University: “Long-lived TermItaria in the Top End – ecology, paleoclimate and palaeohydrology.”
3 June - Associate Professor Wendy Van Duivenvoorde, Flinders University: “Out of the Woodworks: The interdisciplinary study of the 1962 Batavia's ship remains, its timber and connection to the Dutch fine arts.”