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Leverhulme Lecture

Matthew Spriggs, (The Australian National University) - First Leverhulme Lecture 2017 - Explorations in the history of Pacific archaeology: The CBAP Project
When May 08, 2017
from 01:15 PM to 02:00 PM
Where McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street
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Abstract:

The CBAP ('Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific') project looking into the history of Pacific archaeology has been going for just over two years of its five year span. It is one of the largest projects on an aspect of the historiography of archaeology, involving some 9 full-time researchers and several additional adjunct scholars. This paper provides an update on the project, following on from the recently published background paper in the 'Bulletin of the History of Archaeology' (published online April 2017). 

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