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School visitors and visiting fellows


Dr Debbie Argue

Dr Robert Attenborough

Emeritus Professor Peter Bellwood

Dr Sandra Blair

Dr Doreen Bowdery

Dr Zazie Bowen

Dr Hannah Bulloch

Dr Paul Burke

Dr Shirley Campbell

Emeritus Professor Graham Connah

Ms Pip Deveson

Dr Anna Edmundson

Dr Virginia Esposito

Mr. Ian Farrington

Dr Don Gardner 
Research interests: Social theory, Melanesian societies, cosmologies in historical perspective, cultural response to material conditions.

Dr Andrew Glikson

Dr Joakim Goldhahn

Dr Chris Gregory

Professor Colin Groves
Research Interests: Nonhuman primates, human evolution, mammalian taxonomy and biogeography, animal domestication

Dr Jarvis Hayman
Continuing research is based on a Ph.D. thesis completed last year in which was detailed a method of determining the time since death in human bodies found decomposed in Australian conditions up to 14 days after death. Most methods are only able to estimate the time since death up to about 2 to 3 days.
It is important to publish the results of this research in the scientific literature. Further research is required in order to ascertain if it is possible to incorporate the major factors affecting human decomposition in a formula, so that the length of time that the estimation of the time since death can be determined, can be increased.

Dr Gail Higginbottom
Research interests: Landscape archaeology, archaeoastronomy, megalithic monuments, history of archaeological theory, phenomenology, belief systems, heritage interpretation and the uses of archaeology.

Dr Melinda Hinkson
Research Interests: Aboriginal Australia; history of anthropology; media anthropology; visual anthropology and visual culture; cultural transformation; culture and personhood.

Dr Mary Hutchison

Dr Caroline Ifeka

Dr Lynn Johnson

Dr Zeljko Jokic

Mr William Lempert

Dr Margot Lyon
Critical medical anthropology, including comparative biomedical systems and theories of sickness and healing; the anthropology of pharmaceuticals, particularly changing patterns of medicine use in developing countries; emotion and social theory; embodiment and emotion; Island Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia; globalisation and change.

Professor David MacDougall

Dr Judith MacDougall

Dr Heloisa Mariath
Dr. Mariath is interested in the development of obligatory bipedalism as one of the key adaptations of the human lineage within the broad path of human evolution.  From the beginning of this century a number of new fossil specimens have been described significantly increasing the number of species and specimens accessible for study.  Dr Mariath is proposing to examine and re-analyse the available data on the hominid tarsal and metatarsal bones including the often neglected information on enthuses in order to shed light on the sometimes unclear aspects of human bipedal evolution.

Dr. Mariath is seeking a visiting fellowship at the ANU with the aim of preparing a robust research proposal for the Australian Research Council to review the evolution of human bipedalism.  From her research to date, it appears that discussion in the literature is sometimes specimen/species focused and an overarching analysis including the more recently discovered species and additional specimens of already studied species does not seem to have yet been undertaken.

Dr David Martin

Ms Valerie Mashman

Dr Erik Meijaard
Dr. Erik Meijaard is a Senior Forest Ecologist with The Nature Conservancy - Indonesia. He is a member of the IUCN/SSC Deer Specialist Group and the Great Ape Subsection of the IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group, and Regional Coordinator for Asia and member of the IUCN/SSC Pigs, Peccaries and Hippos Specialist Group. He is collaborating with Professor Colin Groves on a number of projects including studies on the morphometric variation in Bornean Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and Bornean Elephant (Elephas maximus) and in the longer term they plan to work on a book about the mammals of Sundaland.

Dr Mary-Jane Mountain
Dr Mountain is pursuing research interests in Melanesian archaeology, taphonomy, post-glacial European archaeology.

Dr Raktima Mukhopadhyay

Dr. Stephen Munro

Professor Fred Myers

Dr Peter Naumann

Dr Ladislav Nejman

Dr Ase-Britt Ottosson

Dr Mahesh Radhakrishnan

Dr Anthony Redmond

Dr Pamela Ricardi

Dr Marianne Riphagen

Dr Carmen Sarjeant

Dr Moira Scollay

Dr Denis Shine

Professor Ken Taylor

Dr Lorna Tilley
Research Interest: examining a contextualised apporach for identifying and interpreting health-related care provision in prehistory.

Dr Allon Uhlmann

Dr Graeme Ward

Dr Frances Woods

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