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Friday, July 22, 2022
National Archaeology Student Conference 2022
THURSDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2022 FROM 11:00-18:00 UTC+12
The Australian National University
Preserving the unique sounds of Aotearoa: Mervyn McLean - The University of Auckland
Arts and culture, Faculty of Arts, Te ao Māori, University news
Obituary: Mervyn Evan McLean (1930-2022),
Concerns for Aboriginal sites at a proposed golf course on Kangaroo Island:
A campaign to preserve some 40 000 years bp petroglyphs in Western Australia:
New NZAA council: Congratulations to:
Lynda Walter (president), Alex Jorgenson (vice-president), Danielle Trilford (secretary), Emma Clifford (treasurer), Emma Ash (council), Emma Brooks (council), Emily Howitt (council), Rebecca Ramsay (council), Kat Watson (immediate past president).
From an arts degree to professional history and heritage management
Recent discoveries of archaeological canoes in Aotearoa New Zealand: conservation, analysis of sailing technology and the implications for prehistoric voyaging in the Pacific.
Prof. Richard Flay, Dr Dilys Johns and Prof. Geoff Irwin (University of Auckland) - YouTube
Trust plans to develop historic Lawrence Chinese Camp into attraction
Trust plans to develop historic Chinese Camp into attraction | Otago Daily Times Online News (odt.co.nz)
Greater risk management needed for cultural heritage. icomos
Archaeologists find preserved coffee beans from Melbourne's gold rush era | 7NEWS
Excavation continues on ancient shipwreck near Shanghai
NPSO: Archaeologist dies in Kisatchie National Forest likely heat stroke.
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