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JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Wheeler article

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Wheeler article

From ‘grudge purchase’ to valued asset: why compliance is no longer enough and we need to provide work that has value and meaning. This is another paper from the CHM and law workshop held in conjunction with AAA2015 in Fremantle – five papers from this workshop are now available to download from the AACAI website.

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Vaughan article

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Vaughan article

Steve Brown ‘Aboriginal heritage law reform in NSW: ‘no future’? Robin Stevens ‘Native title and the Aboriginal Heritage Act (WA): an awkward relationship’ Emma Beckett and JJ McDermott ‘An online survey regarding cultural heritage management and the law in Australia’ Liz Vaughan ‘Cultural heritage, the law and activism in Western Australia: Perspectives from the pindan at James Price Point, Kimberley'

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Beckett & McDermott article

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Beckett & McDermott article

We are pleased to announce two more papers from the CHM and Law workshop held last year at Fremantle in conjunction with AAA2016. Emma Beckett and JJ McDermot, in partnership with the editors of JAACA, are preparing a volume of papers from this workshop, which will be published as a JAACA supplement.

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Stevens article

JAACA 2016 vol 4 Supplement Stevens article

We are pleased to announce two more papers from the CHM and Law workshop held last year at Fremantle in conjunction with AAA2016.

JAACA 2016, Volume 4, Supplement,Brown Article, ISSN 2202-7890

JAACA 2016, Volume 4, Supplement,Brown Article, ISSN 2202-7890

We are pleased to announce the publication of ‘Aboriginal heritage law reform in NSW: no future?’, by Steve Brown. This paper was delivered at the CHM and Law workshop held last year at Fremantle in conjunction with AAA2016. Emma Beckett and JJ McDermot, in partnership with the editors of JAACA, are preparing a volume of papers from this workshop, which will be published as a JAACA supplement. Steve’s paper is the first of these.

JAACA 2016, Volume 4, ISSN 2202-7890

JAACA 2016, Volume 4, ISSN 2202-7890

Joe Dortch and Tom Sapienza have been monitoring changes in the information publicly available about WA Sites following administrative changes from 2011 onwards. They present the first results from ‘Site Watch’ and discuss the implications for stakeholders and Aboriginal heritage management in WA.

JAACA 2015, Volume 3, ISSN 2202-7890

JAACA 2015, Volume 3, ISSN 2202-7890

'A State of Belonging? Museums, Archaeology Collections and Heritage Legislation in New South Wales’ with comments and reply SCOTT MITCHELL, MICHELLE RICHARDS, OLIVER BROWN, ANDREW COSTELLO AND ALLISON DEJANOVIC Abstracts from the AACAI session at AAA2015

JAACA 2014, Volume 2, ISSN  2202-7890

JAACA 2014, Volume 2, ISSN 2202-7890

Thinking about writing: some basics PETER WHITE Time and efficiency in data recovery: an experiment comparing wet and dry sieving in Pilbara rockshelter excavations CAROLINE BIRD, ADAM DIAS, FIONA HOOK, MONICA JIMENEZ-LOZANO & HELEN TIERNEY New radiocarbon dates from the Chichester Range, Pilbara, Western Australia ADAM DIAS & STUART RAPLEY

JAACA Guidelines for AACAI

JAACA Guidelines for AACAI

The Journal of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (JAACA) publishes articles on topics of interest to its members. The journal aims to encourage communication of results, and exchange of ideas and information about issues of relevance to professional practice in Australia. Articles will be published online on the AACAI website once they have completed the acceptance process, and be made available to members only. At the end of each year, the current volume will be closed off and a PDF will be available to members. General access to issues of the journal will be publicly available within four months.

JAACA 2013, Volume 1, ISSN  2202-7890

JAACA 2013, Volume 1, ISSN 2202-7890

‘All our sites are of high significance.’ Reflections from recent work in the Hunter Valley–Archaeological and Indigenous perspectives MARY-JEAN SUTTON, JILLIAN HUNTLEY & BARRY ANDERSON Completing McCarthy\'s project: stone artefact typology and archaeological significance in Australia GRANT WG COCHRANE & PHILLIP J HABGOOD

Archaeological Heritage - Volume 1 - Working with Communities

Archaeological Heritage - Volume 1 - Working with Communities

Working with Communities: the archaeology of contemporary heritage