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I am currently a Flinders International Postgraduate Research Scholar pursuing a PhD in Geoarchaeology under the primary supervision of Associate Professor Mike Morley and secondary supervision of Associate Professor Martin Polkinghorne. My PhD explores Pleistocene human occupation and dispersals in Southeast Asia. For my research I investigate two sites, one each in Mainland Southeast Asia and Island Southeast Asia, primarily through micromorphological and microarchaeological techniques. 

I am also a casual academic in Flinders. Here, I lecture, tutor, and do scientific demonstration on the following topics: Pleistocene Archaeology in Southeast Asia, Transitions from hunter-gathering to farming in Southeast Asia, Human evolution in Southeast Asia, Sediments in Archaeology (with focus on the tropics), Archaeological micromorphology, Cultural Resource Management in Southeast Asia, and Miocene Climates and Environments as they relate to Human Evolution.

I am also a casual professional who works with the International Student Services Office of the University, primarily with International Arrivals.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Science, Early human occupation of the Pampanga coastal lowlands: Implications of post-depositional processes on artefacts and sediments in Lubao, Pampanga (Philippines), University of the Philippines Diliman

Award Date: 1 Mar 2011


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