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1205 #96 Australia's New Discovery

Is captain Cook the first explorer of Australia? A new archeology discovery just might rewrite the Australian history. These archaeologists have been on a se...

The Compleat Archaeologist: Part 1 - Inventing Australia's desert archaeology

A tribute to pioneering desert archaeologist Dr Mike Smith. Speakers June Ross, John Mulvaney, Barry Cundy, Giles Hamm and Chris Turney reflect on their time...

Dreamtime of the Aborigines - Ancient Civilizations

http://www.thehistoryexplorer.com/product/dreamtime-of-the-aborigines/ The first inhabitants of Australia and keepers of the oldest continuous culture in the...

Archaeology in Oceania: Historical Archaeology (Pt.3)

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

Archaeology in Oceania: Bottle Collectors!

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

Archaeology in Oceania: Historical Archaeology (Pt.1)

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

Professor Peter Hiscock, Tom Austin Brown Chair of Australian Archaeology, Department of Archaeology

Archaeology in Oceania: Historical Archaeology (Pt.2)

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

Archaeology in Oceania: Humans vs Saber-tooth Tigers?

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

Archaeology in Oceania: Rhys Booth: Introduction

Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surroundin...

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5 news items

 
The Australian
Fri, 09 Nov 2012 03:22:35 -0800

Smith likes to see the completed book, The Archaeology of Australia's Deserts, as "a gift back to the public", a presentation of his best understanding of the inland's history, his detailed reading of the desert's code. His colleagues view it more ...
 
The Australian
Sun, 28 Sep 2014 15:57:07 -0700

HW says congratulations to ANU's Mike Smith for The Archaeology of Australia's Deserts, Sydney's Ian McCalman for The Reef — A Passionate History and ANU's Joan Beaumont for Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War. The winner will be announced ...
 
ABC Online
Tue, 10 May 2011 23:32:58 -0700

But he says the model is a "welcome contribution" to looking at potential biases in our understanding of the archaeology of Australia. "The model is quite interesting and I think it will stimulate debate," Dr Ulm, who is also editor of the journal ...
 
ABC Online
Tue, 28 Jun 2005 17:00:00 -0700

DR TOM LOY: I really didn't think there was going to be much under the surface because the assumption is that all of the archaeology of Australia is actually on the surface; very little of it is in stratified sites, deep stratified sites. I just kept ...
 
News from Rutgers
Wed, 18 Feb 2009 11:53:36 -0800

The year 2009 is the 150th anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin and the 200th anniversary of his birth. Rutgers' Center for Human Evolutionary Studies marks this occasion through its many approaches to understanding ...
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