Australian Archaeology (journal)
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|Edited by||Heather Burke, Lynley Wallis|
Australian Archaeological Association (Australia)
Australian Archaeology is a biannual peer reviewed academic journal published by the Australian Archaeological Association. It was established in 1974 and covers all fields of archaeology as well as other subjects that are relevant to archaeological research and practice in Australia and nearby areas. The journal uses a broad definition of archaeology to include prehistoric, historic, and contemporary periods, and includes social, biological, and cultural anthropology, history, Aboriginal studies, environmental science, and other related areas. The editors-in-chief are Heather Burke (Flinders University) and Lynley Wallis (Wallis Heritage Consulting).
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