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Monuments that matter

Paper urges archaeologists and historians to work closely with people who are grappling with racism in public monuments When most Americans imagine an archaeologist, they picture someone who looks like Indiana Jones. Or, perhaps, Lara…

Modern analysis of rock art

Machine learning opens new doors in archaeologyCredit: Mimal Land Management Aboriginal Corporation (MLMAC) Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Australia's Arnhem Land has been put through a…

UNESCO listing for AusStage

Accolade for innovative live performance recordCredit: Flinders University A world-leading digital humanities platform preserving and showcasing the history of Australian live performance has been rewarded with a UNESCO Memory of the…

Embracing our excremental selves

In her latest book, Mary Foltz examines the ways several postmodern authors produce scatological works to critique how humans treat each other and the natural worldCredit: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 "There is no big secret about sh*t:…