ANU Workshop « Putting New Francophone Archaeology on the (Pacific) Map » :
24 November 2016
The dialogues between both sides of the linguistic divide, francophone and anglophone, in the Pacific are extended to the field of archaeology, through the welcome initiative of a workshop at ANU, organised by Dr Emilie Dotte-Sarout (post-doctoral Research Fellow) within the large ARC-ANU program directed by ANU Prof. Matthew Spriggs "The Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific : a Hidden History". In Dr Dotte-Sarout's terms: "This workshop intends to bring for the first time to Australia, at the ANU, the group of early career researchers and practitioners currently active in the field of francophone Pacific archaeology. The aim is to provide an opportunity for the francophone ECRs to present their work to the Australian audience, professionals and students; and hopefully create novel opportunities for network and collaborative projects to develop across the francophone-anglophone Pacific divide." Our "Pacific-Dialogues" program contributed in organising the travels for two members of the University of French Polynesia.
Select the link below to access to the full program with the abstracts.