We are delighted to have been awarded a grant for “Distinguished Lecture” by the ANU Gender Institute! The support of… Read more CBAP wins ANU Gender Institute Grant to invite two Keynote Speakers to our Histories of Archaeology 2020 Conference!
Save the date: From March 23 to 27, 2020, the Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific (CBAP) ARC Laureate… Read more Histories of Archaeology Conference March 23-27, 2020, ANU
1.30-5.30, Monday 25th and 9-5.30 & Tuesday 26th March, 2019 Registration from 1pm Monday Australian Centre on China in the… Read more CBAP 2019 Conference
It’s been a busy past few months for the CBAP team and a summary of recent and upcoming activities is… Read more Long-due news from the CBAP team!!
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!
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
Last year I enjoyed two good Pacific archaeology – related books I was asked to review; both reviews are being… Read more The Pacific Ocean ‘in Their Blood’: Pat Kirch’s and Tupaia’s biographies as good reads