Our Students 

Postgraduate Students

Victoria Anderson

Thesis Title:

Rock art of the Holocene marine transgression on the Dampier Archipelago

Supervisors:

Jo McDonald 

Peter Veth

Alistair Paterson

Ken Mulvaney (external)

Lucia Clayton

Thesis Title:

Images in place: a contextualisation of rock art on the Volcanic Tableland, California.

Supervisors:

Jo McDonald

David Zeanah (external) SSU

Mark Basgall (external)

Alistair Paterson

Emma Beckett

Thesis Title:

Contextualising the Stone Arrangements of the Dampier Archipelago and Murujuga

Supervisors:

Jo McDonald

Mick O'Leary

Joe Dortch

Petra Helmholz (external)

Mariangela Lanza

Thesis Title:

Understanding human mobility and residence behaviour in Australia’s northeast Kimberley during Late Pleistocene and Holocene. A geospatial analysis of rock art and archaeological sites' distribution patterns.

Supervisors:

Sven Ouzman

Peter Veth

Thomas Whitley (external)

Marine Benoit

Thesis Title:

Investigation of socio-cultural similarities and differences in Balanggarra Country’s stone tools assemblages during the Holocene (northeast Kimberley, Western Australia).

Supervisors:

Peter Veth

Martin Porr

Jane Balme

Jacques Pelegrin

Ana Motta

Thesis Title:

‘Animals into humans’: a study of social identity in northeast Kimberley rock art, Australia

Supervisors:

Peter Veth

Sven Ouzman

Jo McDonald

Martin Porr

Student Updates

Recently Completed

2020

Mayer, L. PhD Graduand, Authenticity in 3D: immersive rock art replicas in cultural tourism and heritage.
Supervisors: Benjamin Smith and Jo McDonald.

2019

Blunt, Z. Honours Thesis, Sea Level Rise and Islandisation: How did the reconfiguration of Murujuga’s Holocene landscape influence Indigenous people’s occupation and resource exploitation on Enderby and Rosemary Islands?

Supervisors: Jane Balme and Jo McDonald.

Burcham, A. Honours Thesis, A 'Share in the Place': The isolated frontier settlement of West Lewis Island, Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia. 
Supervisors: Alistair Paterson and Jo McDonald.

Morrison, P. Honours Thesis, The Geoarchaeology of a Submerged Aboriginal Site in the Intertidal Zone of
Dolphin Island, Murujuga.

Supervisor: Jo McDonald.

Mailing Address:

Centre for Rock Art, Research + Management,

School of Social Sciences,

M257, 32 Stirling Highway, Perth WA 6009

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