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I am an archaeologist who specialises in working with Aboriginal communities in Australia to document, understand and protect their heritage places and homelands. I have worked with many communities and families on heritage projects, particularly in north, north-western and south-western Queensland, the South Australian Riverland. Most of my work focuses on the western and central Cape York Peninsula region, where I have been fortunate to work for some twenty years. I have worked for a range of Indigenous community organisations, as a consultant to mining, electrical, and telecommunications companies, and most recently, in academia.

I am currently based in the Department of Archaeology, Classics and History at The University of New England, Armidale. This site draws together information about my research, teaching, commercial and community activities and a platform to provide commentary and updates on my work, and to share resources that might be of interest to others.

If you’d like to get in touch, please see my contact page.

Thanks for stopping by.

Mick


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