Book Review - Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia: A Reader

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    Abstract

    Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia: A Reader is structured thematically in order to communicate to the student of archaeology the sense of continuing debates amongst professional archaeologists about the “past 40,000 years of human action” (p. 4) in Australia. Indeed, Tim Murray states (p. 4) that “the main objective of this book is to convey a sense of the excitement and of the significance of the research which has been undertaken since archaeological research became professionalised during the 1960s”. This compilation of papers will indeed be a useful tool in introducing students to general theories, critical problems and areas of specific research within Australian Indigenous archaeology.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages64-67
    Number of pages4
    Volume10
    Specialist publicationWorld Archaeological Bulletin
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 1999

    Keywords

    • Archaeology
    • Aboriginal Australian
    • Indigenous archaeology

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