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Dave Johnston, Australian Indigenous Archaeologists' Association

https://www.anu.edu.au/alumni/our-alumni/spotlight/david-johnston

https://www.foxtel.com.au/whats-on/foxtel-insider/latest-news/coast-australia-s4.html

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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Prof. Eleanor Casella, University of Tasmania

https://www.utas.edu.au/humanities#history-and-classics

https://www.utas.edu.au/arts-law-education/study/convict-archaeology 

https://utas.academia.edu/EleanorCasella

 

Publications:

Casella, E. C. 2002. Archaeology of the Ross Female Factory: Female Incarceration in Van Diemen's Land, Australia. Launceston, Tasmania : Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.

Casella, E. C. 2016. 'Horizons beyond the Perimeter Wall: Relational Materiality, Institutional Confinement, and the Archaeology of Being Global', Historical Archaeology 50(3) 127-143.

 

Dr. Peta Longhurst, University of Sydney Alumna.

https://www.researchgate.net/scientific-contributions/Peta-Longhurst-2112990062 

 

Publications:

Longhurst, P. 2018. 'Contagious objects: artefacts of disease transmission and control at North Head Quarantine Station, Australia', World Archaeology, 50:3, 512-529.

https://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/17906 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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Prof. Jo McDonald,

Director of the Centre for Rock Art Studies & Management;

Rio Tinto Chair in Rock Art Studies, University of Western Australia. 

https://research-repository.uwa.edu.au/en/persons/jo-mcdonald 

https://www.crarm.uwa.edu.au/research

Publications:

https://www.crarm.uwa.edu.au/murujuga-dreaming

 

Dr. Sally K. May, 

Senior Research Fellow with the Place, Evolution and Rock Art Heritage Unit (PERAHU) at Griffith University, Australia.

https://experts.griffith.edu.au/9542-sally-k-may

 

Publications:

May, S. K., Wright, D., Domingo Sanz, I., Goldhahn, J. & Maralngurra, G. In press. ‘The Buffaroo: a ‘first-sight’ depiction of introduced buffalo in the rock art of western Arnhem Land, Australia. Rock Art Research.

May, S.K., Taçon, P.S.C., Jalandoni, A., Goldhahn, A., Wesley, D., Tsang, R. & Mangiru, K. In press. The re-emergence of nganaparru (water buffalo) into western Arnhem Land life, landscape and rock art’.  Antiquity.

May, S.K., Rademaker, L. Nadjamerrek, D. & Narndal Gumurdul, J. 2020. The Bible in Buffalo Country: Oenpelli Mission 1925-1931. Canberra, ANU Press. 

Frieman, C.J. & May, S.K. 2019. ‘Navigating Contact: Tradition and Innovation in Australian Contact Rock Art’. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 17.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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Prof. Tracy Ireland, Director of the Centre for Creative & Cultural Research, University of Canberra.

https://researchprofiles.canberra.edu.au/en/persons/tracy-ireland 

Heritage of the Air Project    https://heritageoftheair.org.au/

 

Publications:  

https://heritageoftheair.org.au/publications/#

http://connectingthenation.net.au/

 

Assoc. Prof. Alice Gorman, Flinders University.

Faculty member of the International Space University's Southern Hemisphere Space Program

https://www.flinders.edu.au/people/alice.gorman

 

Assoc. Prof. Justin St. P. Walsh, Chapman University.

https://www.chapman.edu/our-faculty/justin-walsh

 

The International space Station Archaeology Project: 

https://issarchaeology.org/

 

Publications: 

Walsh, J. & Gorman, A. in press. 'A methodology for research in space archaeology: The International Space Station Archaeological Project'.  

Gorman, A. 2020. 'Space heritage: artefacts and archeology', Journal & Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 153 (1): 94-96.

Salmond, W. Walsh, J. & Gorman, A. 2020. 'Eternity in Low Earth Orbit: Icons on the International Space Station', Religions 11: 611.

Gorman, A. 2019. Dr Space Junk vs. The Universe: Archaeology and the Future. Sydney, New South Books.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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Dr. Hannah Friedman, Dr. Katherine Huntley, Libarna Urban Landscapes Project

https://libarnaarchproject.org/about/

http://www.fastionline.org/docs/FOLDER-it-2018-415.pdf

https://www.boisestate.edu/history/faculty-staff/katie-huntley/

https://ko-fi.com/LibarnaULP

 

Dr. Jim Morris, University of Central Lancashire

https://www.uclan.ac.uk/staff_profiles/dr_james_morris.php

 

Prof. Duncan Sayer, University of Central Lancashire

https://www.uclan.ac.uk/staff_profiles/dr_duncan_sayer.php

http://www.ribchesterrevisted.uk/

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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Prof. Sean Ulm, James Cook University.

https://research.jcu.edu.au/portfolio/sean.ulm/ 

ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage.

https://epicaustralia.org.au/

Ulm, S. 2013. ‘‘Complexity’ and the Australian continental narrative: Themes in the archaeology of Holocene Australia’. Quaternary International 285: 182-192.

Kreij, A., Scriffignano, J., Rosendahl, D., Nagel, T. and Ulm, S. 2018. ‘Aboriginal stone-walled intertidal fishtrap morphology, function and chronology investigated with high-resolution close-range Unmanned Aerial Vehicle photogrammetry’. Journal of Archaeological Science 96: 148-161.

Mackenzie, L., Moss, P., and Ulm, S. 2020. ‘A late-Holocene record of coastal wetland development and fire regimes in tropical northern Australia’, The Holocene, 30 (10): 1379-1390.

Benjamin, J., O'Leary, M., McDonald, J., Wiseman, C., McCarthy, J., Beckett, E., Morrison, P., Stankiewicz, F., Leach, J., Hacker, J., Baggaley, P., Jerbić, K., Fowler, M., Fairweather, J., Jeffries, P., Ulm, S. and Bailey, G. 2020. ‘Aboriginal artefacts on the continental shelf reveal ancient drowned cultural landscapes in northwest Australia’. PLoS ONE 15 (7): 1-31.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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Dr. Matthew Symonds, Current World Archaeology.

https://www.world-archaeology.com/

Symonds, M. 2020. 'Fords and the frontier: waging counter-mobility on
Hadrian’s Wall', Antiquity 94 (373): 92-109.

Symonds, M. 2021. Hadrian's Wall: creating division. Bloomsbury Academic.

 

Dr. Rob Collins, Newcastle University.

https://www.ncl.ac.uk/hca/staff/profile/robertcollins.html#publications

Collins, R. 2020. ‘The Phallus and the Frontier: The Form and Function of Phallic Imagery Along Hadrian’s Wall. In: Ivleva, T. & Collins, R. (eds.) Un-Roman Sex: Gender, Sexuality, and Lovemaking in the Roman Provinces and Frontiers. NY: Routledge.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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Prof. Maureen Carroll, University of York

https://www.york.ac.uk/archaeology/people/academic-staff/carroll/#research-content

Carroll, M. 2018. Infancy and Earliest Childhood in the Roman world: a fragment of time. Oxford University Press. 

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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Prof. Hella Eckardt, University of Reading.

https://www.reading.ac.uk/archaeology/about/staff/h-eckardt.aspx

Sandie Williams, University of Reading.

https://independent.academia.edu/SandieWilliams

 

Eckardt, H. & Williams, S. 2018. 'The Sound of Magic? Bells in Roman Britain', Britannia 49: 179–210.

 

Dr. Magali Bailliot

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Magali_Bailliot

Bailliot, M. 2015. ‘Roman Magic Figurines from the Western Provinces of the Roman Empire: An Archaeological Survey’, Britannia 46: 93–110.

Bailliot, M. 2019. ‘Rome and the Roman Empire’, in Frankfurter, D. (ed.) Guide to the Study of Ancient Magic. Brill, pp. 175-197.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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Dr. Lisa Lodwick, All Souls College, Oxford.

https://www.asc.ox.ac.uk/person/3377

Lodwick, L. 2017. ‘Evergreen Plants in Roman Britain and Beyond: Movement, Meaning and Materiality’ Britannia 48: 135–173.

Lodwick, L. 2019. ‘Agendas for Archaeobotany in the 21st Century: data, dissemination and new directions’, Internet Archaeology 53:7.

 

Prof. Patty Baker, Associate of University of Kent

https://kent.academia.edu/PatriciaBaker

Baker, P.  2018. ‘Pure Air’ and physical and mental health in Pompeian gardens (c.150 BC–AD 79): a multi-sensory approach to ancient medicine, World Archaeology, 50:3, 404-417.

Baker, P. 2013. The Archaeology of Medicine in the Greco-Roman World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
 
Baker. P. & Savani, G. 2019. “‘Contriv’d according to the Strictest Rules of Art’: The Reception of Roman Baths and Gardens at the Villa Albani.” Conference  Il cardinale Alessandro Albani: collezionismo, diplomazia e mercato nell’Europa del Grand Tour.” British School at Rome, Italy, December 2019, 11-13.

 
 
 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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Dr. Cristina Murer, Universität Bern

https://www.hist.unibe.ch/ueber_uns/personen/murer_cristina/index_ger.html

Murer, C. 2018.  From the tombs into the city: grave robbing and the re-use of Roman funerary material in late antique Italy', ActaAArtHist 30: 115-137.

Murer, C. Forthcoming.  Transforming the Past: Tomb Plundering and the Reuse of Funerary Material in Late Antique Italy. 

https://www.hist.unibe.ch/forschung/forschungsprojekte/plundering_reusing_and_transforming_the_past/index_ger.html

 

 

Dr. Liana Brent, Kenyon College

https://www.kenyon.edu/directory/liana-brent/

Brent, L. 2017. Disturbed, Damaged and Disarticulated: Grave Reuse in Roman Italy’,  TRAC 2016 Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference: 37-50.

Brent, L. 2020. 'Sealed and revealed: Roman grave opening practices', Journal of Roman Archaeology 33: 129-146.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

So, if you would like to hear seasons 3, 4, 5 and more, then you might like to become a Patron of the show. Just click the Patron button:

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This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

If you are a researcher, a teacher or a student of archaeology, there is a reading list on the website to accompany the conversations. And there are links to follow for more information.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

Future Seasons:  Well, I'm open to suggestions!  

Medieval Europe, Osteoarchaeology, Mesoamerica, Pacific Archaeology, Prehistoric Burials, Post-Medieval, Scientific Techniques, South-east Asia, Bronze Age Monuments. You tell me!

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