Sydney Historical Archaeology Practitioners Workshop 2019
Sydney Historical Archaeology Practitioners’ Workshop (SHAP) is an annual meeting that brings together students, academics, practitioners in consultancies and government, and more to discuss the latest findings, developments, and theoretical and methodological advances relating broadly to the historical archaeology of Sydney and beyond. SHAP also kicks off New South Wales National Archaeology Week, which is the third week in May.
Associate Professor Annie Clarke (Sydney) will discuss her research at the North Sydney Quarantine Station.
Tour of Sydney Analytical
There will be a tour of Sydney Analytical – one of the University of Sydney’s core research facilities that provides state-of-the-art instruments and technical expertise for sample characterisation – for workshop participants.
Call for Papers
Presentations must be proposed by Friday, 26 April to email@example.com to be considered for this year’s program. Potential presenters should consider expressing interest ASAP, as the program will be filled in the order in which proposals are received.
While the theme for this year’s SHAP is open, groups of presenters are welcome to propose thematic sessions around particular topics where appropriate.
Registration costs are as follows:
- General Admission $88
- Member ASHA, AAA, AACAI, ICOMOS (waged) $66
- Students $22
Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea provided.
|08:30-08:40||Event Opening||James Flexner|
|08:40-09:00||Welcome to Country||Metropolitan LALC|
|09:05-10:00||Keynote||Annie Clarke||Sydney Quarantine Station|
|10:00-10:20||Paper||Yann Tristant||Scanning the Macquarie Lighthouse|
|10:20-10:40||Paper||Will Andrews||A Comparison of Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry in the Archaeology and Heritage Sector|
|11:10-11:30||Paper||Karen Dye||Ladies’ dress in the Hyde Park Barracks Women’s Asylum|
|11:30-11:50||Paper||Michael Lever||East is east and west is west, and never the twain shall meet – or did they|
|11:50-12:10||Paper||Iain Stuart, Adele Zubryzcka||Just fill?: the need to reconsider fill deposits in archaeological sites|
|12:10-12:40||Discussion||James Flexner, Yann Tristant, Catherine Frieman||Teaching archaeology in the 21st century: A changing environment in academia|
|12:40-1:10||Discussion||Iain Stuart, Catherine Frieman||The AAA ‘Skills Passport’|
|2:10-3:10||Talk and Tour||Sydney Analytical||Sydney Analytical: A Scientific Hub for Archaeology Practitioners|
|3:10-3:30||Paper||Tim Owen||‘RYS1 – The Aboriginal Use of Thames Valley (English) Flint in Sydney, in the late 18th century|
|4:00-4:20||Paper||Nick Pitt||Archaeology near me – developing tools for research|
|4:20-4:40||Paper||Felicity Barry||Update from the NSW OEH Specialist Services team|
|4:40-5:00||Discussion||General Business/Event Closing|
|5:00-7:00||Wine and Cheese Reception|
The SHAP Workshop will be held at CCANESA
(The Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia)
Madsen Building F09
The University of Sydney
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For more information please contact:
Dr James Flexner
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