AACAI

Australian Association Of Consulting Archaeologists Inc

Current Projects: Indigenous Heritage: Working ancient wetlands for social benefit and cultural understanding.

FULLAGAR, Richard

FULLAGAR, Richard
Core Artefact Research

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Core Artefact Research
NSW
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Availability:
For usewear and residue analysis only
Qualifications:
PhD

At NSW and Tasmania for during 2012

Richard Fullagar is involved as a Chief Investigator on this Australian Research Council (ARC) Project based in the Centre for Archaeological Science at the University of Wollongong.

Australian Research Council Discovery Project 2012-2014

Administering Organisation Name: The University of New England
DP120102316: Beck, A/Prof Wendy E; Fullagar, Dr Richard L; Burns, Dr Judith; Kiernan, Dr Kevin W

Project Title: Indigenous Heritage: Working ancient wetlands for social benefit and cultural understanding.
Project Summary
This research will answer important theoretical and practical questions about Aboriginal community engagement with Heritage research. It will generate significant archaeological outcomes on the nature of Indigenous occupation in ancient eastern Australian landscapes, and this research will also improve the employability of young Aboriginal people. Richardís role in this project is to provide Aboriginal training in lithic analysis and to oversee usewear and residue studies of stone artefacts from excavated sites.