Flinders Investigators l Dr Jonathan Benjamin - 18 October 2017

Flinders Investigators is a free public lecture series bringing the University's world-leading research to the wider community.

On Wednesday 18 October, Dr Jonathan Benjamin - Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at Flinders University - will deliver a Flinders Investigators lecture on 'Deep History of Sea Country: Submerged Palaeolandscapes and World Archaeology’

Nearly one-third of Australia’s landmass was drowned after the last ice age and generations of people were displaced by sea-level change. Information from drowned contexts will help address critical debates in Australian archaeology relating to past sea-level rise, population resilience, mobility, and diet. The DHSC project evaluates ‘the known’ by studying submerged material from the Baltic Sea (Denmark) in order to consider the unknown: the shelf of modern Australia.


Join us at Victoria Square on 18 October to hear from Dr Jonathan Benjamin.


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- Deep History of Sea Country: Submerged Palaeolandscapes and World Archaeology (collapse)

Date:
Wed, 18 Oct 2017
Time:
05:30PM - 07:00PM
All day:
No
Location:
Flinders University Victoria Square, Level 1, Room 1, 182 Victoria Square, ADELAIDE, SA, 5000, Australia

Audience:
  • International students
  • General public
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Researchers
  • Future students
  • Alumni
  • Donors
  • Teachers
  • High school students
  • Recent graduates
  • Government Departments & Agencies
  • Professionals
  • Academics
Fee:
Free
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