AACAI

Australian Association Of Consulting Archaeologists Inc

Member Profiles: Guadalupe Cincunegui

CINCUNEGUI, Guadalupe

CINCUNEGUI, Guadalupe

Independent Heritage Consultants
Unley SA 5061
M: +61 451 364 567
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Availability:
Australia
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Arts (Hons)
Master of Arts (Museum/Curatorial Studies)
Graduate Diploma Project Management

Professional Associations and Positions

Member, Australian Archaeological Association
Member, Australian and New Zealand Forensic Society
Member, Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation
Member, South Australian Anthropology Association
Full Member, Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists
ICOMOS

Historical

  • Site Survey
  • Excavation

Indigenous

  • Site Survey
  • Site Recording
  • Excavation

Special Fields

  • Survey, recording, excavation and management of Archaeological sites in South Australia and Western Australia (European and Indigenous)
  • Human Remains Salvage and Analysis

Consulting Experience

Guadalupe, Partner and Senior Archaeologist at IHC, has 18 years’ experience working as a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant; she has extensive experience in directing both Aboriginal and historical projects and excavations throughout Australia and is a specialist in heritage management.

Guadalupe specialises in complex cultural landscape assessments, heritage management, and Aboriginal community, client and government liaison.

Guadalupe is highly skilled and experienced in project and team management. As IHC Partner , she has successfully directed many archaeological assessments of developments as well as managed heritage input for many infrastructure, transport, renewable energy, private and commercial projects.

Guadalupe has expertise in the preparation of heritage assessments, archaeological assessments, management strategies and research designs, heritage impact statements, heritage advice, community consultation, heritage survey, community consultation and management documents. She also has a thorough understanding of South Australian heritage and planning legislation, best practice guidelines, and their practical application for projects.

Guadalupe has research interests in South Australia’s early urban heritage, bioarchaeological analysis and working with Traditional Owners on the careful recovery and management of ancestral remains. She regularly presents at industry seminars and to the general public on her work and has authored a number of papers on these subjects.

Selected Publications

A detailed list of reports is available on request.

300+ unpublished reports

A full curriculum vitae is available on request