Welcome to the blog for The Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific (CBAP) Project Team. Members of the CBAP… Read more The Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific – A Hidden History
The upcoming workshop ‘New Perspectives on Mobility and Exploration’, scheduled for 9am-6pm on Friday 8 June, will include a presentation… Read more New Perspectives on Mobility and Exploration
… do as the Egyptians do? It was January 2018, and I’d just arrived at Rome Fiumicino airport, or so… Read more When in Rome …
The most recent biennial conference of the German Anthropological Association (until recently known as the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde, DGV),… Read more From the History of (German) Anthropology to its Future
And…in more recent updates from the CBAP, you can read here a short report on some of the current research… Read more Talking about connections: the kinship system of francophone Pacific archaeology…
Following up on our previous post about the participation of the CBAP team at the AAA 2017 conference – we… Read more Connections, connections!
Michelle Richards (ANU) will be presenting “Adzes and Pounders as evidence of colonisation & specialisation: Comparing portable XRF results from… Read more Michelle Richards at the first Australian Research Cluster for Archaeological Science (ARCAS) Symposium 2017
We now have the confirmed list of papers that will be presented during our session at the upcoming AAA conference… Read more Papers confirmed in our AAA2017 session: In Search of Connections: The History of Ideas on Australia’s Links with the Indo-Pacific Region
Answer: a Research Fellow – This is now my new academic identity as I have the pleasure to announce I… Read more How do you call a Level B academic in Australia?
A few weeks (oops…months, really?!) ago, I was awarded a Traveling Fellowship from the Australian Academy of the Humanities, that… Read more ‘A tale of Polynesian Prehistory’: investigating the history of Polynesian archaeology, in French Polynesia’s archival records, collections and personal histories
Q: How do you know you’re attending a conference in Rio? A: The chair of the organising committee concludes his… Read more I go to Rio (with apologies to Peter Allen)