Caroline Seawright is a qualified archaeologist with a Bachelor of Archaeology (First Class Honours) from La Trobe University. She has experience as an archaeological assistant including archaeological historical heritage report and CHMP editing, sitecard searches and submission for both Aboriginal Victoria and Heritage Victoria, stratigraphic illustration. She also has experience with artefact analysis and cataloguing, and some fieldwork. Caroline joined the Jacobs Cultural Heritage team in 2017 as a graduate archaeologist, and is now a full-time archaeologist. She has assisted on various housing development projects within the Melbourne area. Caroline is listed on the Office of Aboriginal Affairs Victoria’s directory of Cultural Heritage Advisors, and is a member of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (AACAI), the Australian Archaeological Association (AAA) and the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA).
Seawright, C 2018, Potluck: A Comparative Study of Ceramics from the Chinese Brick Kiln, Bendigo, honour’s thesis, La Trobe University, Bundoora.
Seawright, C 2008, ‘Hatshepsut, the Woman who would be King’, TALK Magazine, no. 6,