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Conflicted histories: Historical archaeological research into the Queensland Native Mounted Police

Online

The Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) has been running a series of bi-monthly online seminars in 2022 to showcase the great research in historical archaeology currently being undertaken in Australia. The previous seminars have covered a diverse range of topics and geographical locations, from coastal connections in Western Australia through to convict industries in …

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ASHA Reading Group 2022 – rescheduled

Online

The ASHA Reading Group is back - again... The 2022 edition of ASHA's peer-reviewed journal, Australasian Historical Archaeology Volume 39, was published and sent out to ASHA members earlier this year. As is customary following the publication of everyone's favourite Australasian archaeological journal, we will be hosting a (virtual) reading group for our members to …

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2022 ASHA Annual General Meeting

Duke of Marlborough Hotel 35 The Strand, Russell

Date: Wednesday 28 September 2022 Time: 7:00 - 8:00pm NZST / 5:00-6:00pm AEST Official Venue: The Ballroom at the Duke of Marlborough Hotel in Russell, Bay of Islands, Aotearoa New Zealand and online* *A meeting link will be sent to all ASHA members closer to the date. The AGM Agenda and draft Minutes from the 2021 AGM can be viewed here: https://asha.org.au/member-documents/agm-reports/ The AGM will include a vote on …

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