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New Course: Maps and Mapping for the Social Sciences and Humanities

CHL Archaeology and Natural History announces a new course offering for Semester 1 2016: ASIA8046 - Maps and Mapping for the Social Sciences and Humanities.

l-r Professor Sue O'Connor, Professor Brad Pillans, Professor Simon Haberle, Dr Janelle Stevensen, Dr Larissa Schnieder, Dr Rachel Wood

Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage launched at Parliament House

Laureate Professor Sue O’Connor, Professor Simon Haberle are Chief Investigators of a new ARC Centre of Excellence. Research Fellow Janelle Stevensen is an Associate Investigator.

Tristen Jones and Njanjma Ranger Hilton Garnarrdj undertaking portable Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy on rock art Red Lily.

The new Dr Jones

Move over Indiana, ANU has a real life archaeologist Dr Jones graduating with her PhD. And yes, she is a bit of a superhero.

Skeletal remains and fish hooks

Distinguished Professor Sue O'Connor finds world's oldest funereal fish hooks

An archaeologist from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered the world’s oldest known fish-hooks placed in a burial ritual, found on Indonesia’s Alor Island, northwest of East Timor

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