Associate Professor of Archaeology, Flinders University

Heather is an historical archaeologist with research interests in the archaeology of standing structures, social memory and the creation of cultural landscapes, as well as the public interpretation and presentation of heritage sites. She graduated with a PhD from UNE in 1996, and has worked on historical and indigenous archaeological sites throughout New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory. Her PhD looked at the construction of social identity through style in architecture and the uses of the past in the present. Heather is currently a series editor for the Global Cultural Heritage Manuals series published by Springer, New York and editor of the national, peer reviewed journal, Australian Archaeology.

Experience

  • –present
    Archaeology, Flinders University

Education

  • 1996 
    University of New England, Archaeology