Mulvaney Lecture 2022 now online

Mulvaney Lecture 2022 now online
Professor Sue O'Connor
Wednesday 16 November 2022

After a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mulvaney Lecture returned for 2022 and was presented by Professor Sue O'Connor on November 3 to a sold out audience at the ANU. 

Professor O'Connor's lecture, "Modern humans in Pleistocene Wallacea…the story thus far" can now be viewed online, below and by following this link.

We hope you enjoy this special presentation.

Professor Sue O'Connor
Sue O’Connor, FAHA, is a Distinguished Professor in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. Her research focuses on modern human migration, settlement and adaptations within the Indo-Pacific region. She was awarded the Rhys Jones Medal for outstanding contributions to Australian Archaeology in 2011, and held an ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellowship from mid 2013-2018.

The 2022 Mulvaney Lecture was presented by the School of Archaeology & Anthropology and proudly supported by the ANU Australian Studies Institute.




The Mulvaney Lecture 2022. Modern humans in Pleistocene Wallacea…the story thus far


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