It's been a while since we posted on the blog - post-lockdown we've been very busy catching up on analysis and making plans for the future - one of which is heading into a new collaboration with the Drybread Cemetery Trust, to help them understand the extent of their burials, and hopefully shed some light … Continue reading We’re dusting off our tools, and headed to Drybread!
This week we're celebrating success at Southern Cemeteries Archaeology. Our excavation co-director Prof. Hallie Buckley has just received a two-year James Cook fellowship from the Royal Society/ Te Apārangi to conduct in-depth study of the skeletons, and archival research relating to the project. Prof. Hallie Buckley, co-director of our excavations and recipient of one of … Continue reading Making Microhistories – New Funding for Prof. Hallie Buckley
Are you an archaeologist who’ll be at the 2019 NZAA conference on Rakiura this coming week? Find out more about the Southern cemeteries project by chatting to our co-director Dr. Peter Petchey ... or visit our excellent honours student Ruby Parker’s poster to hear about mercury exposure among the miners. Ruby modelling a sneak preview … Continue reading Our research on show at the NZAA conference