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Prof. Matthew Spriggs appointed as an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, UK
21
Oct
2011

Prof. Matthew Spriggs appointed as an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, UK

Prof. Matthew Spriggs has just had the honour to be appointed as an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, UK in the...
New book published: For the love of lab rats
18
Oct
2011

New book published: For the love of lab rats

Dr Simone Dennis' anthropological study, For the Love of Lab Rats: Kinship, Himanimal Relations, and Good Scientific Research, has just...
Ochre find reveals ancient knowledge of chemistry
18
Oct
2011

Ochre find reveals ancient knowledge of chemistry

Professor Peter Hiscock has been interviewed by Cosmos Magazine on recent archaeological discoveries in South Africa's Blombos Cave.
Birth of bling: world’s first art studio found in South Africa
16
Oct
2011

Birth of bling: world’s first art studio found in South Africa

Read Professor Peter Hiscock in The Conversation on an exciting recent archaeological discovery in South Africa.
New books published
13
Sep
2011

New books published

Laurajane Smith has published two new books —  with Paul Shackel and Gary Campbell Heritage, Labour and the Working Class, London:...
Culture Crisis wins Australian Publishers Association award
25
Aug
2011

Culture Crisis wins Australian Publishers Association award

Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia, edited by Jon Altman and Melinda Hinkson (UNSW 2010), has won the 2011...
Dr Sally May was on the ABC 7.30 Report talking about repatriation of human skeletal remains
03
Aug
2011

Dr Sally May was on the ABC 7.30 Report talking about repatriation of human skeletal remains

On the 2/8/11 the ABC 7.30 Report ran a report on `Celebrated Homecoming’, a story about the repatriation of human skeletal remains from...

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