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17
Nov
‘14

Emily Dillon, winner of the Tall Foundation Award and presenter at a major ANU Alumni and Giving event.

Congratulations on behalf of the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, to Emily Dillon, winner of the Tall Foundation Award and an Honours Student in Archaeology who gave a short presentation at a major alumni and giving event conducted by ANU....

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28
Oct
‘14

Hobbit tales: Homo Floresiensis ten years on - Dr Debbie Argue reviews the decade.

On the 10th anniversary of the discovery of Homo Floresiensis ,  Dr Debbie Argue of the SoAA enligntens us on the history of the find and it's importance in the tale of evolution. Hobbit tales: Homo Floresiensis ten years on Newsroom - ANU...

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28
Oct
‘14

Dr Melinda Hinkson presents 'Drawing Life: Warlpiri lines on a changing world', the CASS 2nd Annual Future Directions in Indigenous Research Public Lecture.

Dr Melinda Hinkson presents 'Drawing Life: Warlpiri lines on a changing world', the CASS 2nd Annual Future Directions in Indigenous Research Public Lecture. To view Dr Hinkson's  lecture click on the following link and the Video is...

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22
Oct
‘14

Comic book aids cultural preservation in Cambodia

ANU Archaeology lecturer Dr Dougald O’Reilly knows how to tell a story. Dougald has just released Wrath of the Phantom Army as a digital comic book on iTunes. The action-packed story has an important message—that looting is destroying...

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21
Oct
‘14

GRANT SUCCESS ! from the ACT Heritage Grants Program

Announcing Grant Success from the ACT Heritage Grants Program! Dr Duncan Wright in association with the Canberra Archaeological Society confirms that the Society has succeeded in being awarded a grant of $17000 from the 2014-2015 ACT Heritage Grants...

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10
Oct
‘14

Dr Christine Helliwell visits World War 2 Veterans in Perth as part of ARC Linkage Project

Dr Christine Helliwell visits Ex-World War 2 Veterans in Perth as part of ARC Linkage Project Dr Christine Helliwell, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, has been awarded $261,365 for her project. This amount is 90% of the requested budget. The...

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07
Oct
‘14

Copper Colonies Research in South Australia being led by SAA Academics and Visiting Fellow.

SAA Visitor Dr. Ash Lenton is in the process of taping a segment for South Australian TV about the historical and heritage significance of 19th century copper mining settlements. Dr Lenton is participating in community meetings alongside SA and...

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22
Aug
‘14

Professor Matthew Spriggs receives 2014 ARC Laureate Fellowship

Professor Matthew Spriggs receives 2014 ARC Laureate Fellowship Congratulations to Professor Matthew Spriggs, who has been awarded $2.4 million by the ARC to undertake his project, The collective biography of archaeology in the Pacific: a hidden...

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21
Aug
‘14

Dr Aubrey Parke Book Launch and Lecture

Dr Aubrey Parke - A lifetime of Archaeological Research On August 29th we will be launching "Degei's Descendants: spirits, place and people in pre-Cession Fiji" by the late Dr Aubrey Parke (Terra Australis 41, ANU Press). Dr Parke...

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18
Aug
‘14

WARLPIRI DRAWINGS at the National Museum of Australia - curated by Dr Melinda Hinkson

A fabulous exhibition at the the National Museum of Australia has been curated by Dr Melinda Hinkson from SAA. This exhibition was curated for the National Museum of Australia by Dr Melinda Hinkson, Australian National University, in collaboration...

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