Damian Evans, director of the University of Sydney's centre in Cambodia, leads a team using revolutionary airborne laser technology to discovered a lost mediaeval city that thrived on a mist-shrouded Cambodian mountain 1200 years ago
(Featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, 15 June 2013)
Our academics are helping to piece together Australia's immigration story, revealing a fascinating picture of the nation's multicultural past.
The three-year Australian Research Council-funded project, 'The archaeology and history of quarantine', involves a team of researchers investigating more than 1200 inscriptions made by immigrants to Australia between 1835 to the 1970s at the Mawland Quarantine Station site in Manly's North Head.
Dr Annie Clarke from the Department of Archaeology and Research Associate Peter Hobbins from the Department of History explain this important work to reporter Tracey Bowden in this segment on ABC Television's 7.30 program.
5-7, Monday May 27 2013
Old Geology Lecture Theatre
Edgeworth David Building A11
University of Sydney
Staff Spotlight: Dr Martin Gibbs (Archaeology)[17 April 2013]
Dr Martin Gibbs talks about his research on lost Spanish colonies of the Solomon Islands