Items where Subject is "21 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY > 2101 Archaeology > 210104 Archaeology of Australia (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander)"
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Ash, Jeremy, Faulkner, Patrick, Brady, Liam, and Rowe, Cassandra (2013) Morphometric reconstructions and size variability analysis of the surf clam, Atactodea (=Paphies) striata, from Muralag 8, southwestern Torres Strait, northern Australia. Australian Archaeology, 77. pp. 82-93.
Bowman, Joann K., and Ulm, Sean (2009) Grants, gender and glass ceilings? An analysis of ARC-funded archaeology projects. Australian Archaeology, 68. pp. 31-36.
Cekalovic, Helen, Domett, Kate, and Littleton, Judith (2012) The history of paleopathology in Australia. In: Buikstra, Jane, and Roberts, Charlotte, (eds.) The History of Palaeopathology: pioneers and prospects. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 583-593.
Colley, S., Ulm, S., and Pate, F.D. (2005) Teaching, Learning and Australian Archaeology. Australian Archaeology, 61 . Australian Archaeological Association, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
Colley, Sarah, and Ulm, Sean (2005) Teaching, learning and Australian archaeology. Australian Archaeology, 61. pp. 7-10.
Owens, Kimberley (2008) Farmers, fishers and whalemen: the colonization landscapes of Lord Howe Island, Tasman Sea, Australia. In: Conolly, James, and Campbell, Matthew, (eds.) Comparative Island Archaeologies. British Archaeological Reports International Series 1829 . Archaeopress, Oxford, UK, pp. 143-155.
Owens, Kimberley Ann (2008) Farmers, fishers and whalemen: the colonisation landscapes of Lord Howe Island, Tasman Sea, Australia. PhD thesis, Austalian National University.
Ulm, Sean, and Lilley, Ian (2007) Sean Ulm's and Ian Lilley's guide to doing archaeology in Queensland. In: Smith, Claire, and Burke, Heather, (eds.) Digging it Up Down Under: a practical guide to doing archaeology in Australia. World archaeological congress cultural heritage manual series . Springer, New York, NY, USA, pp. 142-143.
Ulm, Sean, Nichols, Stephen, and Dalley, Cameo (2005) Mapping the shape of contemporary Australian archaeology: implications for teaching and learning. Australian Archaeology, 61. pp. 11-23.